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- Paul R. Cope -- President
- Albert Flores -- Vice President of Sales
- Eric Jung -- Vice President of Operations
- Santosh Sabnis -- Director of Engineering
- Mike Walters -- Director of Marketing and Product
- Oliver Weiler -- Manager of Computer Operations
- Mary Clark -- Product Manager, SHAREit
- Ted Koppel -- Product Manager, VERSO ILS
Agent Information Software, Inc. (AIS) became a publicly traded company in 2010 and involved a one-for-one exchange of shares from previously traded brand Auto-Graphics, Inc. (AUGR since 1969). Stock market quotations for Agent Information Software common stock can be found on Yahoo Finance under the ticker symbol AIFS. (from company investor page)
Library automation systems
Auto-Graphics, Inc. offers the following Integrated Library Systems:
- AGent VERSO (419 libraries, 516 facilities in libraries.org)
Public libraries: 360
Academic libraries: 37
School libraries: 11
56 libraries have migrated away from this system.
A total of 516 library facilities included in libraries.org use an ILS provided by Auto-Graphics, Inc..
|Jan 20, 2009||
Auto-Graphics announces AGent Iluminar as its new generation presentation layer.|
Auto-Graphics releases AGent Search Web Service.|
|Apr 1, 2005||
Paul R. Cope appointed President of Auto-Graphics.|
Auto-Graphics releases AGent VERSO.|
|Jun 14, 2004||
Patrick T. Bergamasco joins Auto-Graphics as the new Chief Executive Officer.|
|May 17, 2004||
Auto-Graphics, Inc. announces deregistration.|
|Jun 15, 2001||
Auto-Graphics, Inc. acquires WINGS Request Management System from Pigasus Software.|
|Feb 1, 2001||
Auto-graphics acquires Maxcess Library Systems.|
|May 23, 2000||
Michael Skiles appointed to position of President of Auto-Graphics, Inc..|
|Jan 10, 2000||
Auto-Graphics, Inc. launches LibraryCard, Inc. and Dataquad as new subsidiaries.|
|Aug 1, 1997||
Auto-Graphics subsidiary purchases ISM's library services division.|
Auto-Graphics releases Impact /ONLINE.|
Auto-Graphics acquires LIBerator Library Management System.|
Auto-Graphics delivers CD-ROM based Public Access Library catalogs.|
Auto-Graphics produces its first library catalog produced from a database.|
Auto-Graphics, Inc. acquires Leaps.|
Cope Typesetting becomes Auto-Graphics, Inc. and begins trading as a public company.|
Auto-Graphics founded as Cope Typesetting.|
Selected Articles from Library Technology Guides
The following are a sample of articles related to the major events in the corporate history of Auto-Graphics, Inc., or you can view all articles related to the company from Library Technology Guides.
Smart Libraries Newsletter
Auto-Graphics: A Library Automation Pioneer Strengthens Its Position for Library Consortia
Auto-Graphics has been landing an increasing number of consortial contracts for its AGent VERSO ILS, demonstrating its standing as one of the stronger mid-level library automation vendors in the library automation industry. Their newest clients include a large statewide consortium in Tennessee. This project stands as a significant win for Auto-Graphics and also marks the first time that Tennessee has sponsored a statewide library automation initiative. In a phase of library automation where open source automation projects gain considerable attention, it demonstrates that proprietary systems continue to be regarded as viable alternatives.
Smart Libraries Newsletter
Auto-Graphics launches ASP digital library product
Auto-Graphics, Inc. News
Friday May 29, 2015
All 198 Press Releases from Auto-Graphics, Inc.
10 most recent items:
May 21, 2015. Auto-Graphics Inc. Introduces a unique OCLC WMS bibliographic connector.
Auto-Graphic announced that SHAREit has been integrated with OCLC's WorldShare Management Services ILS for their statewide and provincial customers. The new WMS module allows SHAREit to fully interact with OCLC WMS ILS systems in the same manner as any standard ILS using Z39.50. The WMS integration provides bibliographic data discovery, item level detail including availability, and related circulation status.
May 5, 2015. Agent Information Software, Inc. announces First Quarter 2015 Earnings.
Agent Information Software reported a net income of $85,401 for the quarter ended March 31, 2015, up $165,446 over first quarter 2014 losses. The net income exceeded the forecast for the first quarter by $24,574 or 40%. Net sales for the quarter ended March 31, 2015 were $1,207,098, which met the forecast and were up $157,217 or 15% from $1,049,881 for the same period last year, due to the increase of recurring revenues.
April 23, 2015. Auto-Graphics' SHAREit selected by Access PA and Health Sciences Libraries Consortium (HSLC).
Auto-Graphics and HSLC, on behalf of the Pennsylvania Office of Commonwealth Libraries, announce the selection of Auto-Graphics' SHAREit, as the statewide resource sharing system. After a competitive RFP process including resource sharing and interlibrary loan vendors throughout the nation, Auto-Graphics was selected by HSLC to provide the next Interlibrary loan platform for Access PA, one of the oldest ILL implementations in North America. Auto-Graphics’ SHAREit was selected because it meets the needs indicated to HSLC by the Pennsylvania librarians.
December 10, 2014. Auto-Graphics' SHAREit selected again by State Library of Kansas.
Auto-Graphics and the State Library of Kansas announce the selection of Auto-Graphics' SHAREit, as the statewide resource sharing system.
November 14, 2014. Auto-Graphics' SHAREit selected to provide the next interlibrary loan platform for Access PA.
Auto-Graphics' SHAREit has been selected to provide the next Interlibrary loan platform for Access PA, one of the largest ILL implementations in North America that serves over 2600 public, school, academic, and special libraries across Pennsylvania. After a comprehensive RFP process, Auto-Graphics’ SHAREit was selected because it meets the needs indicated to HSLC by the Pennsylvania library community at trainings, forums, conference events, and through the many years of providing technical support. In upgrading to the SHAREit ILL platform, HSLC’s objectives for Access PA will be met by providing a more modern and feature-rich interface for end users with greater search functionality, a flexible and efficient ILL system, and a more accurate and authoritative database that will enhance statewide ILL services.
June 25, 2014. Auto-Graphics releases new version of VERSO ILS at ALA 2014.
Auto-Graphics unveiled the latest version of VERSO web-based integrated library system.
June 1, 2014. Middlebury Public Library selects VERSO Express.
Auto-Graphics announces that the Middlebury Public Library has selected Auto-Graphics' VERSO Express. The Middlebury Public Library is migrating from Bibliomation's Evergreen ILS.
April 29, 2014. Auto-Graphics fully integrates with MeLCat in nine libraries with many more to come.
Auto-Graphics announcesd he full integration of VERSO, Auto-Graphics' integrated library system, with Michigan's Interlibrary Loan system, MeLCat, in nine libraries. Additionally, many more Michigan libraries are soon expected to be fully integrated with VERSO.
July 29, 2013. Auto-Graphics’ VERSO ILS, implemented in 95 public libraries across Tennessee with more to come.
Auto-Graphics announced that it has implemented its VERSO integrated library system for 95 libraries throughout Tennessee. This large project is part of the initiative spearheaded by the Tennessee State Library and Archives in December 2011 by Tennessee’s Secretary of State, Tre Hargett, to provide a statewide ILS to centralize and share library technology in a way that hasn’t been done in Tennessee before and making library resources more readily available to their communities.
February 4, 2013. Massachusetts Virtual Catalog selects Auto-Graphics' SHAREit to provide a Statewide interlibrary loan platform.
Auto-Graphics announced that the Massachusetts Virtual Catalog Governance Group has selected SHAREit to provide an NCIP-based interlibrary loan (ILL) platform for participating libraries throughout Massachusetts to replace SirsiDynix's URSA system. The award was the result of a comprehensive RFP process that included multiple stakeholder groups and incorporated input from directors at each of the nine library networks throughout the State.