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Press Release: Ex Libris [April 05, 2007]

Voyager to Power New Law Enforcement Library

Newton MA -- April 5, 2007. Ex Libris Group is pleased to announce that the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) has selected the Voyager integrated library system for use at the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, DC. The mission of the NLEOMF is to increase public support for the law enforcement profession by permanently recording and appropriately commemorating the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers; and to provide information that will help promote law enforcement safety.

"I have worked with Voyager in the past and was very pleased with its user-friendly characteristics," said Laurie A. Baty, director of Museum Programs for the National Law Enforcement Museum. "The system's flexibility and user-friendly OPAC served as a basis for our selection of Voyager."

"When we discuss Voyager with those who use it in different segments of the broader information management market, it is clear that Voyager transcends the core library market. With the newest version of the system due out at the end of 2007, Ex Libris is looking forward to Voyager's use in the museum community," commented Dan Trajman, president of Ex Libris, Inc. "Flexibility is the key to the Voyager system. Thanks to a set of intelligent modules, the configuration of an information-management system that grows as an institution's needs grow and change is not only possible but easy. This modular structure maximizes the use of institutional resources while complying with the changes taking place in this constantly evolving industry."

About the National Law Enforcement Museum

Due to open in 2009, the National Law Enforcement Museum will serve to promote a better understanding and appreciation of the vital contributions that law officers have made to the United States. From the first fatality in 1792, more than 17,500 law officers have sacrificed their lives in the line of duty. However, despite the dangers and other difficulties of the job, more than 800,000 federal, state, and local law enforcement officers continue to proudly serve in communities across America, putting their lives on the line for the safety and protection of others. It is an incredible story of service and sacrifice that, for the most part, has gone untold. As a result, many Americans continue to take our police officers for granted.

For additional information on the National Law Enforcement Museum, see http://www.nleomf.com/TheMuseum/overview.htm.

About Ex Libris

Ex Libris Group is a leading worldwide developer and provider of high-performance applications for libraries, information centers, and researchers, with installations around the globe. The Group's flagship ALEPH® 500 and Voyager® integrated library solutions are in use at over 3,000 sites worldwide. Other products from the Ex Libris suite, deployed at more than 1,300 sites, focus on the digital library and offer state-of-the-art, user-centric solutions for managing and providing informed access to electronic resources and digital assets.


Summary: Ex Libris Group is pleased to announce that the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund selected the Voyager integrated library system for use at the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, DC. The mission of the NLEOMF is to increase public support for the law enforcement profession by permanently recording and appropriately commemorating the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers; and to provide information that will help promote law enforcement safety.
Publication Year:2007
Type of Material:Press Release
LanguageEnglish
Date Issued:April 05, 2007
Publisher:Ex Libris
Place of Publication:Chicago, IL
Company:
Company: Ex Libris
Products: Voyager
Libraries: National Law Enforcement Museum
Subject: System announcements -- selection
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