The University of New Mexico at Gallup, New Mexico; the McDuffie County Board of Education in Thomson, Georgia; the Emanuel County Board of Education in Swainsboro, Georgia; Loyalist College in Belleville, Ontario, Canada; St. Stephenıs School of Rome, Italy and Cairo American College in Cairo, Egypt, have recently awarded SIRS Mandarin, Inc. contracts to provide the SIRS Mandarin M3 Library Automation System to libraries in their school districts and educational institutions.
"SIRS is pleased to serve such a wide range of schools and libraries at home and abroad," said Elliot Goldstein, CEO and president of SIRS Mandarin, Inc. "Because of its flexibility and power, M3 is well-suited to the changing library automation needs of institutions of all sizes."
A state-of-the-art, year 2000 compliant library automation system, SIRS Mandarin M3 provides mainframe power at PC prices. It is a 32-bit, Windows NT client/server system with a MARC record database and search engine.
These institutions join thousands of libraries, school districts and universities around the globe in recognizing SIRS Mandarin as the premier provider of quality library automation systems.