Geac Library Solutions announced it has exceeded 200 sales of Vubis Smart, the company's flagship information management system. Over 597 libraries worldwide now use Vubis Smart, including 166 public, 13 academic, 2 museums and 31 special libraries.
"With over 200 sales of Vubis Smart, we have attained our objective of establishing a globally recognized information management system that meets, and exceeds, the requirements of today's marketplace," says Eric Van Lubeek, Managing Director Libraries Division. "Our success has been a function of our proven business model to offer information centers of any kind a truly comprehensive, cost-effective, information management solution. Global awareness of our brand and the product's unique features will enable us to maintain our distinctive competitive advantage well into the future."
Since its introduction in the summer of 2002, Vubis Smart has solidified its presence throughout Europe, the United Kingdom, North America and Australia. Serving the diverse information needs of thousands of users every day, the system's forward looking design and distinctive features position it at the forefront of innovation in today's demanding information environment. With its Web OPAC of infinite possibilities, library users enjoy a suite of interactive options such as a customizable interface, personalized news feeds and online book clubs. At the same time, Vubis Smart enables information professionals to organize digital information and traditional collections through convenient, cost-saving, tools and workflows.
About Vubis Smart:
Vubis Smart is a comprehensive information management system that enables libraries, archives and museums to organize and present data from any source and in any format. The system incorporates convenient workflows and easy-to-use administrative tools. Staff can define multiple formats, databases, indexes, search methods and more. Distinctive rules and parameters may be defined to meet the requirements of individual branches and locations. Users can simultaneously search multiple databases, link to subscription resources and customize the Web OPAC for appearance, language and search results. Unique Web OPAC features include 'Fuzzy Logic', 'Associative Searching', Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI) and customized news feeds (RSS).