Research Park, Inwood, West Virginia, June 28, 1997—The Library Corporation (TLC), a major developer of library automation and information systems, today announced that the company's recently introduced turnkey, fully integrated library automation system--Library.Solution—has been selected for use by the New England Institute of Technology. This brings the total number of libraries and branches choosing Library.Solution to 47.
In making today's announcement, Gary Kirk, Director, Sales & Marketing at The Library Corporation, stated, "Library.Solution has specifically been designed to provide big system performance, with small system pricing and flexibility. We are delighted with the product's rapid and growing use by libraries of all types arid sizes."
Library.Solution utilizes Windows NT software; Intel compatible hardware, an Oracle database and Internet linkage, thereby offering a library's staff and patrons access to up-to-date information in a manner already familiar to them. The product is rich in features, high in efficiency, and low in maintenance. TLC has also recently completed full installation of Library.Solution at Oxnard College in California in just two days.
"In summary." stated Mr. Kirk, "Library.Solution provides users with an array of extraordinary technical features that will make the librarian's life easier, and the patron's use of the library more fulfilling."
The Library Corporation, developers of BiblioFile software, is a leading edge library automation company that has been serving the industry for more than 20 years. In addition to Library.Solution, some of TLC's most recent innovations include NetPAC--a state-of-the-art service providing patrons unlimited access to a library's public access or consortium catalog via the World Wide Web—and Library.Net—a revolutionary internet service helping libraries establish customized sites on the World Wide Web. Further, TLC recently established free access to its Cataloger's Reference Shelf via the World Wide Web, and remains exclusively committed to enabling libraries worldwide to deliver a more satisfying and rewarding experience for their patrons.