SOMERDALE, NJ, January 28, 2011: Library Automation Technologies, Inc. (LAT), a leading provider of automation products for libraries, is pleased to announce an in-depth case study documenting a successful LAT-Stena installation. Analyzing existing security issues, coupled with an overwhelming demand for dispensing media by staff, the case study documents internal decisions made to implement this unique technology in the library.
"LAT-Stena offers unparalleled capability to increase security, improve efficiency and optimize staff performance in dealing with media", said Oleg Boyarsky, President and CEO of LAT. "LAT-Stena is a ‘game-changing' technology, and this case study is yet another reason for libraries to consider it." said Boyarsky.
Despite recent cuts in library budgets, the demand for new and easily accessible optical media content (books, movies, music, games) has been steadily growing in the libraries throughout the country and abroad. LAT-Stena is a unique, flexible system designed to maximize security, while simplifying staff handling of dispensing this media to the public. Infinitely expandable to support any capacity media collection, LAT-Stena works on existing circulation desk computers, and allows multiple staff simultaneous access to the massive media-store that LAT-Stena offers.
To read the new case study and find out more about LAT-Stena system, visit: http://www.latcorp.com/LAT_Stena.htm
About LAT Inc.
Library Automation Technologies Inc., (LAT) founded in 2001 has installations in hundreds of libraries throughout the United States. LAT's innovation earned the firm the coveted "#1 Fastest Growing in South Jersey, 2005" by the Philadelphia Business Journal, as well as a "Finalist in the Family Business of the Year, 2006" award presented by Farleigh Dickinson College. LAT further continues its growth expanding into automation by delivering media dispensing line of products solely dedicated to library operations.