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CASPR offers upgrade to Columbia Library System sites

Library Systems Newsletter [February 1998]

CASPR, the company that last year bought the Columbia McGraw-Hill Library System, has offered the 2,700 school and public libraries now using that system a low-cost software upgrade to its LibraryWorld product.

LibraryWorld supports both Windows and Macintosh computers. The software includes acquisitions, serials control, cataloging (MARC-format), circulation, patron access catalog, and report generator.

Many of the PCs currently used with the Columbia Library System product may need to be upgraded or replaced, therefore, a library should obtain estimates for both software and hardware upgrades/replacements.

CASPR now has a total of 8,000 installations in school, special, and small public libraries. Some 2,000 of these sites are LibraryPro by Chancery Software Ltd. , a licensee of the CASPR product.

[Contact: CASPR, Inc.; (800) 852-2777.]

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Publication Year:1998
Type of Material:Article
Language English
Published in: Library Systems Newsletter
Publication Info:Volume 18 Number 02
Issue:February 1998
Page(s):11
Publisher:American Library Association
Place of Publication:Chicago, IL
Notes:Howard S. White, Editor-in-Chief; Richard W. Boss, Contributing Editor
Company: Caspr, Inc.
Products: Columbia Library System
LibraryWorld
LibraryPro
ISSN:0277-0288
Record Number:5713
Last Update:2022-08-06 19:49:30
Date Created:0000-00-00 00:00:00
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