Bibliotheca announced today that the Brampton Library in Ontario, Canada, has selected Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems as their RFID supplier. The Brampton Library is comprised of four branches and two interim sites that house a vast collection of more than 562,000 items. The Public Library opened its doors in 1887. Today, Brampton Library provides exceptional access to highly valued services through a full complement of contemporary facilities. Arthur Sykes, Manager of Library Systems for Brampton Library stated: "It became obvious during our site visits that the BiblioChip RFID Library System was superior. Bibliotheca's system will help improve productivity and assist the Library in meeting customer expectations for the present and foreseeable future."
"BiblioChip features ‘read/write non-proprietary second generation RFID labels' that can be affixed directly to all items in the library's collection, including CD's and DVD's. Bibliotheca has designed very powerful software that facilitates and speeds up the conversion process," pointed out Bob Dougan, Bibliotheca's Canadian CEO.
The BiblioChip System is the leading RFID library system in Europe with over 280 libraries using Bibliotheca products worldwide. All components are designed from an ergonomic viewpoint, combining staff comfort with increased productivity. Bibliotheca continuously discusses system requirements with librarians and library staff and develops a system which is easy to use, provides the required functionality and results in significant improvements in efficiency. Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems is committed to continued system development and improvements, and is allocating the required resources to ensure that the Bibliotheca system remains the leading RFID system in the world.
Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems is an international company headquartered in Switzerland. The Canadian company, located in Kitchener, Ontario, was established in 2006 to provide service to Canadian market.
For further information on the BiblioChip RFID Library System, please contact Bob Dougan at Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems Inc. at 450 Westforest Trail, Unit 14 in Kitchener, Ontario N2N 3M2 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.