INWOOD, WV, January 6, 2005 – TLC completed 21 new sales of its integrated automation system, Library.Solution, in the last quarter of 2004, including 19 new name sales.
Twelve sales were to new name libraries that migrated from other automation vendors. These libraries chose TLC and Library.Solution instead of upgrading with their current automation vendor.
Libraries migrating to Library.Solution are impressed by its flexibility and ease of maintenance. “We understand that in order to convince libraries to switch vendors, TLC must offer a smooth data migration, excellent value, and a better vision for the future,” commented TLC CEO Annette Harwood Murphy. “This year, Lexington Public Library (KY) and many other libraries formerly using Sirsi, Dynix, GIS, or Innovative Interfaces chose TLC over their current automation vendor for TLC's vision of the future.”
Sales for the entire year of 2004 for Library.Solution were 59 contracts representing 390 libraries.
TLC has over 600 Library.Solution contracts, representing over 3,100 library sites.
About The Library Corporation
TLC is owned and operated by the same family that founded the company over 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.