Bethesda, MD – March 28, 2011 – The Bay School in San Francisco, California has selected LibLime as their vendor of choice to implement Koha, the open source ILS for libraries.
Migrating from their legacy Alexandria system, the Bay School will take full advantage of LibLime's first-class implementation services. Under the guidance of a dedicated Project Manager, LibLime librarians, data specialists, and technicians will install Koha, configure the system to their policies & processes, and provide system training for the respective staffs. LibLime will provide the Bay School with hosting and maintenance, using their cloud computing platform.
"Koha will bring our library cutting edge software that will allow our library to take full advantage of new internet features like tags, and comments," noted Rachel Shaw of the Bay School, "LibLime hosting and support services will help alleviate our overwhelmed technology department, and give the library the feeling of having a personal support team, helping us succeed."
About the Bay School
The Bay School of San Francisco opened in 2004 and is a private coeducational college preparatory high school in San Francisco, California. With approximately 275 students, the Bay school serves grades 9 – 12 and emphasizes the study of science and technology as well as ethics, world religions and cultures in the 21st century. With rigorous academic curricula the Bay School also offers a full athletic program. The Bay School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools & Colleges (WASC) and a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).
About LibLime, a division of PTFS
LibLime, a division of PTFS, is the global leader in providing support for the Koha open source ILS. LibLime provides consulting, implementation, data migration, training, development, and maintenance/hosting services for Koha in libraries of all types and sizes. PTFS is the developer of the world's leading digital content management software, ArchivalWare, and also specializes in library staffing requirements, digitization, and systems integration. For more information, see http://liblime.com or http://ptfs.com orhttp://archivalware.net.