May 2, 1997 Williamsport, PA -- Brodart Automation recently announced the installation of the Precision One Integrated System in several county public libraries in Kentucky. The Precision One Integrated System provides automated library management in stand-alone or networked environments. Modules cover a wide variety of functions including public access, circulation, and technical services. An overnight processing feature provides daily updating capabilities.
The Allen County Public Library (Scottsville, KY) Board of Directors chose Brodart Automation's Retrospective Conversion Service and the Precision One Integrated System to manage public access, technical services and circulation functions for the library. Library director Elaine Reese reported a smooth transition to the new system.
Logan County Public Library serves nearly 25,000 people in the southwestern Kentucky community of Russellville. Library director Linda Kompanik led the library through the changeover from manual to automated management. Logan County Public Library is the first public library in Kentucky to benefit from the Precision One Integrated System's enhanced bookmobile feature. The feature gives the library greater flexibility with powerful remote circulation and public access options.
Perry County Public Library in Hazard, Kentucky combined its 25th anniversary celebration with the display of its new Precision One Integrated System. Connie Cornett, director of the library, reported that the library staff and patrons are enthusiastic about using the new technology.
Several other Kentucky public libraries have also recently chosen Brodart Automation's Precision One Integrated System. They are: Meade County, Larue County, Laurel County, Grayson County and Garrard County.
For more information about Brodart Automation's Precision One Integrated System, Retrospective Conversion Service, or other library automation services call 800-233-8467, ext. 581 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.