Clay Center Carnegie Library in Clay Center, KS, contracts with Auto-Graphics for Hosted License implementation of AGent VERSO services to provide for the start-up of its first integrated library system. Clay Center Carnegie Library is a full participant in the AGent software-based Kansas Statewide Resource Sharing initiative (KICNET). However, it was one of a group of communities in north central Kansas that lacked an automated integrated library system. Clay Center Carnegie Library serves the residents of Clay Center and the surrounding area of Clay County, Kansas. The historic Clay Center Carnegie Library in which the library collection is housed was completed in 1912 and currently serves approximately 1,600 registered library card holders.
About Auto-Graphics, Inc.
Founded in 1950, Auto-Graphics has been a technology innovator for more than five decades, providing data automation solutions to customers across multiple industries. For the past 35 years, Auto-Graphics has helped libraries of all sizes become more efficient and patron-centric. Its flagship solution, AGent, is the one of the most comprehensive library automation platforms available today, allowing libraries of any size manage, share and search their resources. The AGent integrated product suite – currently used by more than 5,000 libraries in North America – comprises a complete ILS system for public libraries; a robust ILL solution for consortial entities and member libraries; and a powerful federated search solution for both public and academic libraries. For more information, please visit www.auto-graphics.com.