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May 18, 2017

Auto-Graphics, Inc. Auto-Graphics delivers complete desktop-to-mobile ILS integration with the release of Auto-Graphics’ Library Mobile for VERSO. Auto-Graphics announced the latest release to their AGent Library Management Platform, Auto-Graphics’ Library Mobile for VERSO, continuing the company’s investment in the industry it serves. This new real-time app is tightly integrated with back-end VERSO desktop business rules, which means library circulation rules such as e-book retention, placing holds, etc. are automatically recognized and enforced, unlike third-party mobile apps, to provide a complete, integrated solution. [Full Announcement].

April 6, 2017

Auto-Graphics, Inc. Vermont Department of Libraries modernizes with Auto‐Graphics' library management solutions. Vermont Department of Libraries selected Auto‐Graphics to provide a new integrated library system and a resource sharing system, giving library patrons the ability to search across all participating libraries in the state. [Full Announcement].

June 5, 2015

Auto-Graphics, Inc. Auto-Graphics' continues growth in mid-tier public library market. Auto-Graphics and La Porte County Public Library, announce the selection of Auto-Graphics' VERSO, as the new Integrated Library System. [Full Announcement].

June 25, 2014

Auto-Graphics, Inc. Auto-Graphics releases new version of VERSO ILS at ALA 2014. Auto-Graphics unveiled the latest version of VERSO web-based integrated library system. [Full Announcement].

April 05, 2006

Auto-Graphics, Inc. Auto-Graphics' AGent VERSO ILS platform selected by Washington County Library System. Auto-Graphics announced that the Washington County Library System in Mississippi, as contracting agent, has selected the company''s AGent VERSO ILS system to provide a robust automation solution for eight of the state''s rural library systems. These libraries – which include Carroll County Public Library System, Greenwood-Leflore Public Library, Humphreys County Library System, Kemper-Newton Regional Library System, Marks-Quitman County Library, Noxubee County Library, Tallahatchie County Library, and the Washington County Library System – represent the last remaining public libraries to be automated in the state of Mississippi. The libraries opted for Auto-Graphics'' ASP hosted license service with full system support, maintenance, and updates, allowing them to focus on serving patrons without the cost or complexity of addressing technical support issues. [Full Announcement].

April 07, 2003

Auto-Graphics, Inc. Tennessee State Library and Archives chooses Verso for its management system. Auto-Graphics, Inc. announces the signing of an agreement with Tennessee State Library and Archives to purchase VERSO ASP. [Full Announcement].

February 2001

Auto-graphics, Inc. Auto-graphics acquires Maxcess Library Systems. In February of 2001 Auto-Graphics completed the purchase of software and related assets of Maxcess Library Systems, Inc. for approximately $200,000. [Full Announcement].

September 10, 1998

Maxcess Corporation. Complete Web based library and knowledge management. In conjunction with the launch of the new Verso TM Web-based integrated library and knowledge management system (LKMS), Maxcess Corporation announces First 100TM — an affordable, advanced technology LKMS package available to the first two libraries in every state. [Full Announcement].