INWOOD, WV, June 8, 2004 –The Library Corporation (TLC) continues to successfully migrate former Dynix, DRA, SIRSI, and GIS Galaxy customers over to Library.Solution—propelling sales past 600 contracts, which represent more than 3,000 library sites that have chosen TLC's integrated system.
Lexington Public Library, KY (LPL), a DRA/SIRSI site, most recently chose to upgrade to Library.Solution. LPL has six branches, over 325,000 titles, and circulates an estimated 2.2 million items per year.
One hundred and fifty technical workstations will have access to Library.Solution, with an estimated 400 stations networked to the system. In addition, LPL acquisitions librarians will manage their selection, purchasing, receiving, invoice management, and fund accounting with TLC's easy to use acquisitions manager, the Online Selection Assistant.
Some other new name migrations include: Rahway Free Public Library, NJ (Dynix); Appomattox Regional Library, VA (GIS Galaxy); Petersburg Public Library, VA (GIS Galaxy) Joe Barnhart Bee County Public Library, TX (Dynix Horizon); and Harlingen Public Library, TX (SIRSI Unicorn), and Cedar City Public Library, UT (Follett).
Other recent Library.Solution contracts for new automation include: Knox County Public Library, KY; Somerset Christian College, NJ; and Loudon Country Day School, VA.
About The Library Corporation
TLC is owned and operated by the same family that founded the company 30 years ago. Library.Solution's central Oracle-based database is accessible via a multitude of interfaces, including KCweb children's interface, Circulation, Cataloging, Acquisitions, Bookings, Serials, and a Web-based Public Access Catalog.