Atlanta, GA, November 17, 2014 – EnvisionWare, a leading provider of self-service and library efficiency solutions, announced today that San Bernardino County Library System is offering EnvisionWare MobilePrint Service throughout their 32 locations.
"We see an increasing number of patrons coming into the library with their smartphones, tablets and laptop computers," said Library Services Manager Steven Raughley. "The challenge was to find an easy way for these customers to print. EnvisionWare's MobilePrint Service proved to be quick to install and intuitive to use."
San Bernardino started with two sites, a lab location and a test branch before rolling out the service. The Library's IT staff is now in the process of installing mobile printing in the remaining branches.
"The demand for mobile and digital services is increasing in libraries across the country," said EnvisionWare co-founder and CEO Mike Monk. "San Bernardino is joining other progressive libraries in meeting the needs of mobile device users."
In addition to EnvisionWare's MobilePrint Service, the library offers EnvisionWare's PC Reservation and LPT:One for computer and print management, as well as EnvisionWare RFID Software Suite and the OneStop self service station
EnvisionWare is a leading provider of self-service and library-efficiency solutions. Today, over ten thousand libraries use EnvisionWare products to enrich the service offerings of their libraries and to empower their customers to do more for themselves. EnvisionWare offers twenty-two systems, including PC Reservation computer management, LPT:One print control, OneStop for self-service circulation, RFID/AMH and the new 24-Hour Library. For more information about EnvisionWare, visit www.envisionware.com.
About San Bernardino County Library System
The San Bernardino County Library System (SBCL) is a dynamic network of 32 branch libraries that serves a diverse population over a vast geographic area. SBCL strives to provide equal access to information, technology, programs, and services for all the people who call San Bernardino County home.