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January 11, 2019

Generation Fifth Applications GFA releases LAS update. Generation Fifth Applications is proud to announce our newest release of our flagship product, LAS 2019. This release is a true milestone. We are excited by the fact that when you upgrade to this version you will be on a standard version of LAS that is 100% under source code control. Unfortunately, in years past, with the prior management team, some sites had features that other sites were lacking. This is all being corrected with this release. Now, the good things that may have only been done in a few sites will be rolled out to all. [Full Announcement].

July 18, 2017

Progress. Top libraries worldwide, including Library of Congress, Harvard University Depository, and Oxford University leverage Progress to ensure easy access to research and documentation. Progress announced that Generation Fifth Applications, creator of the Library Archival System (LAS) based on Progress OpenEdge platform, has chosen the Progress Kendo UI Builder solution to develop its upcoming LAS release. The Generation Fifth solution is currently in use by some of the most famous libraries in the world, including the Library of Congress and top university libraries at Harvard, Oxford, Yale and Duke, that deploy the solution to catalog and control their High Density Storage Facilities, storing millions of assets to achieve secure item tracking and efficient storage facility management. [Full Announcement].

April 1, 2002

Generation Fifth Applications LAS General Design Principles. Description of a sample of the functionality and operational support provided by the Library Archival System. [Full Announcement].