July 30, 2019
(SirsiDynix) SirsiDynix announced that Hartford Public Library has selected SirsiDynix as their Integrated Library System (ILS) partner. SirsiDynix has provided software and services to libraries for more than 40 years and powers thousands of libraries in over 60 countries. SirsiDynix is excited to welcome Hartford Public Library.
December 7, 2016
(ProQuest) Hartford Public Library has teamed with ProQuest to offer a more dynamic and engaging patron experience with Syndetics Unbound, a catalog enrichment service that combines two best-of-breed technologies: the Syndetic Solutions service and the LibraryThing for Libraries system.
March 7, 2013
(ByWater Solutions) ByWater Solutions welcomed Hartford, Bradford and St. Albans Libraries to the Vermont Organization of Koha Automated Libraries. All three libraries are now live on the Koha integrated library system through VOKAL.
October 17, 2011
(Bibliotheca) Bibliotheca ITG continues to expand and refine its unique portfolio of library solutions, sales continue to increase significantly. In the third quarter alone, Bibliotheca ITG signed 17 library contracts for self-checkout and implementation services. The addition of these new library sites brings the total number of new customers to nearly 60 for 2011 alone.
August 29, 2011
(Innovative Interfaces, Inc.) Since early 2011, libraries of all types—public, academic, and consortia—have chosen Innovative's Content Pro to increase the visibility and accessibility of their digital collections on the Web. The product is seeing broad-based acceptance among libraries because its easy-to-use publishing interface saves staff time and its strong search capabilities connect users with the resources they need. The following libraries have recently selected Content Pro: Arlington Public Library (VA), Chesterfield County Public Library (VA), Hartford Public Library (CT), Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico), Middle Country Public Library (NY), Norfolk State University (VA), Qatar Foundation Central Library (Qatar), Saskatchewan Information and Library Services Consortium (Canada), the University of Memphis (TN), and Western Pocono Community Library (PA).