RESEARCH PARK, Inwood, West Virginia, April 21, 1998. The Library Corporation (TLC), a major developer of library automation systems, announced today that the company's turnkey, fully integrated library automation system—Library.Solution—has been selected for use by nine additional libraries, bringing the total number of contracted installations to 92.
In making today's announcement Gary Kirk, Director, Sales & Marketing at TLC, stated, "We are delighted to see an increasing number of libraries across the country, and around the world, select TLC ‘s Library.Solution as their choice for powerful, cutting-edge library automation.
Proof of Library.Solution's flexibility, power and value can be seen in the wide range of libraries that are using the system. Whether it's a university library in Southern Africa or a Fortune 500 company's library in Boise, Idaho, Library.Solution provides an outstanding and unexpected level of service at a very economical price that is customized to the individual needs of each library."
Newest additions to the Library.Solution team include:
- American Intercontinental University (GA)
- Baltimore Hebrew University (MD)
- Ferrum College Library (VA)
- Hewlett-Packard Company (ID)
- Macon Technical Institute (GA)
- Mississippi County Library District (MO)
- North Chicago Public Library (IL)
- St. Paris Public Library (OH)
- Ventura College Library (CA)
Library.Solution utilizes the Windows NT operating system, Intel compatible hardware, an Oracle database and Internet linkage, thereby offering a library's staff and patrons access to up-to-date information in a manner already familiar to them.