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Northeast Missouri Library Service moves to Atriuum

Press Release: Book Systems [June 21, 2011]

Northeast Missouri Library Service has a total of 5 library branches that have successfully migrated to Atriuum. Because of this move to a completely Web-based software, the public libraries' patrons have the ability to access the library catalog from home. Atriuum's OPAC theme KidZviz provides a picture-based searching option that can be used in the children's section of the public library. The reporting feature in Atriuum gives the administration the tools to analyze the collection.

Northeast Missouri chose the ASP-hosted services solution feature, which will provide the customer with worry-free access to the Atriuum library system.

About Book Systems Inc.

Book Systems Inc. provides affordable feature-rich library and textbook software that delivers solutions to libraries and schools of all sizes. Our software is suited to fit the needs of librarians in a technology-driven world, while still being easy to learn and user-friendly. Atriuum offers a graphical circulation desk, quick cataloging, MARC editing, analysis, easy-to-create reports, and theme choices. There are also additional modules available for serials and acquisitions. Our software provides more features and demands fewer resources. Book Systems is dedicated to quality and customer satisfaction and has implemented library automation solutions in thousands of libraries around the world. The company's philosophy is very simple: create quality products; test them with input and direction from librarians in the field, and back them up with renowned customer service and support. Further information is available at

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Publication Year:2011
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:June 21, 2011
Publisher:Book Systems
Company: Book Systems
Products: Atriuum
Libraries: Northeast Missouri Library Service
Subject: System announcements -- installations
Record Number:15850
Last Update:2022-04-30 02:02:05
Date Created:2011-06-23 09:13:50