RESEARCH PARK, Inwood, West Virginia, May 13,1997 - 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 two additional libraries. This brings the total number of libraries and branches choosing Library.Solution to 46.
The new libraries and branches contracting to utilize Library.Solution are:
- Ascension Parish Library (Louisiana)
- US Army Chaplain Center and School (South Carolina)
In making today's announcement, Gary Kirk, Director, Sales & Marketing at The Library Corporation, stated, "TLC has specifically designed Library.Solution to provide a new and enhanced level of service to libraries of all types and sizes at a very economical price. We are delighted to see the strong, positive market reaction to Library.Solution, which we believe demonstrates that it provides a new level of superior value and service in library automation.
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. Moreover, 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.