November 30, 2020
OrangeBoy Welcomes the Kingston Frontenac Public Library to the Savannah Platform. [Full Announcement].
July 19, 2008
Libramation. RFID at Kingston Frontenac Public Library. Kingston Frontenac Public Library, located in Ontario, Canada, recently completed the installation of RFID technology in the Library’s 17 branches. All materials throughout the system were tagged, and Express Checkout Terminals were installed in 4 of the city libraries. [Full Announcement].
November 9, 2006
Infor Library Solutions reports strong sales of Vubis Smart. Infor Library Solutions today reported continued strong sales of its Vubis Smart library automation system with the signing of 11 new contracts in just over one month. [Full Announcement].
November 5, 2006
Kingston Frontenac Public Library Selects Vubis Smart. Infor announced that the Kingston Frontenac Public Library, located in the City of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, has selected Infor’s Vubis Smart library automation system. Vubis Smart will enable the Kingston Frontenac Public Library to offer its patrons a wide array of personalized services and to further extend the Library’s virtual service offerings. [Full Announcement].
June 14, 2004
Geac secures first North American customer for innovative Vubis Smart. Geac announced that Kingston Frontenac Public Library in Kingston, Ontario has purchased Geac''s Vubis Smart library automation system. KFPL becomes the first North American customer for Vubis Smart, Geac''s innovative, Web-based library management system, which has gained considerable market acceptance in Europe over the past year. The sale to KFPL marks the beginning of Geac''s launch of Vubis Smart in the United States and Canada. [Full Announcement].
November 23, 1998
Eighteen libraries install Geac's Web-based catalog. GeoWeb, the Web-based Public Access Catalog available from Geac Computers, Inc., has been installed in 18 North American libraries during the past few months. GeoWeb is the public access solution available with Geac's ADVANCE and PLUS client/server library systems, and supports "Virtual Catalog" implementations from multiple library system vendors. [Full Announcement].