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Auto-Graphics acquires LIBerator Library Management System

Library Systems Newsletter [October 1990]

Auto-Graphics, Inc., has announced its acquisition of the LIBerator Library Management System from LIBerator Information Systems & Services, Inc., of Denver, Colorado. The product, now to be called the IMPACT Small Library Management System (IMPACT/SLiMS), is a microcomputer based system for integrating a library's catalog maintenance, circulation and patron access catalog functions through a single data base. The operating system is MS-DOS and the programming language is "C." The system takes in, stores, and outputs bibliographic records in the MARC format.

IMPACT/SLiMS, which augments Auto-Graphics' IMPACT CD-ROM public access catalog system, is a standalone system specifically designed for school, small public, or special libraries. The software will operate on local area networks (LANs).

IMPACT/SLiMS will serve not only as a fully functional, standalone system, but also as an adjunct product for users of IMPACT CD-ROM union catalogs. Plans are underway for a direct link between the IMPACT CD-ROM catalog and the SLiMS circulation system, and for further enhancement of the software. Support for IMPACT/SLiMS users will be provided by an Auto-Graphics office in Denver.

[Contact: Auto-Graphics, Inc., 3201 Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768; (714) 595-7204 or (800) 776-6939.]

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Publication Year:1990
Type of Material:Article
Language English
Published in: Library Systems Newsletter
Publication Info:Volume 10 Number 10
Issue:October 1990
Publisher:American Library Association
Place of Publication:Chicago, IL
Notes:Howard S. White, Editor-in-Chief; Richard W. Boss and Judy McQueen Contributing Editors
Company: Auto-Graphics, Inc.
LIBerator Information Systems & Services, Inc.
Products: Impact/SLiMS
LIBerator Library Management System
Record Number:4825
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Date Created:0000-00-00 00:00:00