North Bethesda, MD, February 7, 2014- LibLime and PTFS will be exhibiting this year at the 2014 Esri Federal GIS Conference. The Symposium will be in Washington D.C. from February 10 through February 11. We will be demonstrating the latest version of ArchivalWare Digital Library System (DLS) for research and academic libraries as well as offering a sneak preview of the upcoming release of ArchivalWare Geospatial (GS), designed for research and development organizations. Please stop by Booth 503 to take a look at both applications and learn more about the services we offer around these software solutions.
About the Esri Federal GIS Conference
Esri is an international supplier of geographic information system software (GIS) utilized in areas ranging from humanitarian aid and relief efforts to defense and intelligence. Esri inspires and enables people to positively impact the future through a deeper, geographic understanding of the changing world around them. Esri hosts the annual Federal GIS Conference where government executives, elected officials, managers, GIS professionals, and NGOs come together to share ideas, discover new patterns, and learn how GIS can help us all understand our world and make a difference.
About LibLime - PTFS
LibLime – PTFS is the global leader in providing support for the Koha open source ILS. Rather than sell software licenses for static, hard-to-customize software products, the PTFS LibLime Division educates libraries about the benefits of open source, enabling them to make choices about how best to provide their communities and staff with better technology services. The PTFS LibLime Division then facilitates deployment of Koha in libraries by providing outstanding consulting, development, implementation, and support/hosting for libraries of all types and sizes. PTFS is also the developer of the world's leading content management software, ArchivalWare, and specializes in meeting library personnel staffing requirements, digitization, and metadata keying services. For more information, see http://liblime.com or http://ptfs.com or http://archivalware.net.