LA CROSSE, WISCONSIN. Sept. 2, 1993 -- Nichols Advanced Technologies Inc. today announced that its MOLLI system has been rated by the American Library Association as the best library automation system for schools.
The 1993 Library Technology Reports review of microcomputer library systems, published by the American Library Association, states that, "Small libraries of all types should consider MOLLI when selecting a microcomputer-based system." The Library Technology Reports review of microcomputer library systems is a two-volume, 300-page report which is published approximately once every three years. The 1993 edition reviewed 28 systems for school, public and other libraries.
MOLLI receives an excellent overall rating of 8.9 out of 10. Specifically, features, data storage, performance, ease of use, and customer support are rated as excellent (9). Documentation receives a good to excellent rating (8).
The MOLLI system automates searching, circulating, cataloging and related functions in libraries on MS-DOS microcomputers and local area networks.
"MOLLI's #1 rating confirms what our customers tell us," said Bruce Butler. President of Nichols Advanced Technologies Inc. "Librarians find MOLLI easy to use, flexible and reliable. With MOLLI, students and staff enjoy searching for materials and make better use of the library."
Nichols Advanced Technologies Inc. develops and markets library automation systems for schools, public and corporate libraries and is best known for the MOLLI integrated library system currently in use in more than 1,300 sites worldwide. The company also provides acquisition, serials, and other library software, plus a full range of conversion services, peripherals and supplies.
Customers can contact Nichols Advanced Technologies Inc. for product and sales information at (800) 658-9453 or (608) 787-7333.