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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].