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Bibliotheca ITG grows its North American library family with new installations in 2011

Press Release: Bibliotheca [June 22, 2011]

ATLANTA – June 22, 2011 – Bibliotheca ITG, the premier developer and supplier of library materials flow automation and self-service technologies, continues to add to its growing family of library customer partners in the US and Canada. Working hand-in-hand with its partners, Bibliotheca ITG remains focused on building smarter libraries through intuitive software solutions and streamlined technology.

In 2011, in California alone, seven libraries joined the Bibliotheca ITG family– the Santa Clarita Public Library System, Berkeley Public Library, Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library, City of Palo Alto Library, Saddleback College Library, Santa Barbara Public Library System, and the Los Angeles Community College District, which encompasses nine separate libraries.

Throughout the US and Canada, the Bibliotheca ITG family of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and EM (Electro-Magnetic) enabled libraries grew with the addition of the following:

  • Bailey Cove Library (AL)
  • Life Pacific College (CA)
  • Loveland Public Library (CO)
  • Quincy Public Library (IL)
  • Redford Township District Library (MI)
  • Las Vegas Clark County School District (NV)
  • Jericho Public Library (NY)
  • New York Public Library (NY)
  • Saratoga Springs Public Library (NY)
  • Pickaway County District Public Library (OH)
  • Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library (Ontario, Canada)
  • Cambridge Libraries & Galleries (Ontario, Canada)
  • Essa Public Library (Ontario, Canada)
  • Siuslaw Public Library (OR)
  • University of Western States (OR)
  • North Scituate Public Library (RI)
  • Providence Public Library (RI)
  • St. Andrews Regional Library (SC)
  • Brazosport College Library (TX)
  • Helen Hall Library (TX)
  • Watauga Public Library (TX)
  • Granite School District (UT)
  • Rutland Free Library (VT)
  • Pierce County Library System (WA)
  • Spokane County Library District (WA)
  • Fitchburg Public Library (WI)

The company's success is due in part by providing RFID and EM solutions that offer each library the necessary tools and functionalities to boost patron self-service and deliver a faster material turnaround time. With the recent merger of Bibliotheca, Inc. and Integrated Technology Group (ITG) in April, the company offers streamlined service and support to its customers.

This month Intellident LTD, the leading library RFID provider in the U.K. became part of the Bibliotheca Group. This powerful combination of companies further provides libraries with an added breadth of solutions that is unavailable elsewhere, with each solution customized to meet the specific needs of the library, its patrons, and community. By combining the strengths of the three companies – service, support, in-house development, and knowledge – libraries can achieve the desired outcome using either RFID or EM technology, enhance patron service and see a noticeable return on investment from the start. For more information, please visit

About Bibliotheca ITG

Bibliotheca ITG is the premier developer and supplier of library technology solutions for the U.S, Canada and South America. Bibliotheca ITG is a member of the Bibliotheca Global Group that combines Swiss and British engineering with innovative U.S. development to create scalable solutions that can be easily customized to meet site-specific requirements. With extensive experience in the library industry, our products offer unparalleled integration with ILS systems for optimal staff efficiency as well as easy-to-use, intuitive user interfaces for both patrons and staff – all with the backing of an international company that offers true global customer service and support. The company headquarters is located in Norcross, Georgia. For more information about Bibliotheca ITG, visit

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Publication Year:2011
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:June 22, 2011
Company: Bibliotheca
Record Number:15840
Last Update:2023-11-22 05:18:33
Date Created:2011-06-22 17:43:49