LONDON (Sept. 2000) The Inland Revenue has chosen Sirsi Corporation's Unicorn Library Management System. The Unicorn system will be installed on an NT server and provide access to the OPAC via Sirsi's WebCat. Staff will use WorkFlows for cataloging, circulation, authority control, and acquisitions and fund accounting.
Paul Woods, Inland Revenue librarian, commented, "We chose Unicorn because it is the library automated system of choice of more than two-thirds of government departments. Its software is tried and tested and flexible enough to accommodate all library needs."
SIRSI, the leader in library technology, is a privately held company founded in 1979, with headquarters in Huntsville, Ala. SIRSI uses the most advanced technology available to provide easy-to-use information systems for libraries, businesses, and archives. With offices in major U.S. cities and subsidiaries in Australia, Canada, Latin America, the Middle East, the People's Republic of China and the United Kingdom, the company has established its Unicorn products as the leading client/server library information system in the world.