INWOOD, WV, April 3, 2007 - The list of libraries using TLC's integrated automation system, Library.Solution, recently grew with the addition of 12 libraries - all new name sales for TLC.
The libraries that selected Library.Solution include: Cattermole Memorial Library, IA; Fox Lake District Library, IL; Lee County Public Library, KY; Martin County Public Library, KY; Washington County Public Schools, MD (Follett/Winnebago/Alexandria); Alma Public Library, MI (Dynix); Adair County Public Library, MO (Dynix Classic); Clearfield County Library, PA; Delaware Valley College of Science, PA (SIRSI Unicorn); Wyoming Seminary Kirby Library, PA (Winnebago Spectrum); Sedro-Wooley Public Library, WA (EOSi); and GIS Limited, Trinidad & Tobago.
Library.Solution features customized reports, authority control, automatic backups, and many other features designed to assist the library's workflow. It also streamlines technical services and offers low system administration.
Over 700 libraries representing over 3,600 library sites worldwide have chosen Library.Solution.
Alma Public Library, Cattermole Memorial Library, and Wyoming Seminary Kirby Library will also implement AquaBrowser Library -- the innovative visual OPAC that has changed the way patrons search the library catalog.
AquaBrowser Library is the only visual OPAC that has been implemented in over 100 libraries across the United States. Visit www.TLCdelivers.com/aquabrowser.