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Keystone Systems, Inc.
Library automation systems
Keystone Systems, Inc. offers the following Integrated Library Systems:
- KLAS (4 libraries, 8 facilities in libraries.org)
Public libraries: 0
Academic libraries: 0
School libraries: 0
1 libraries have migrated away from this system.
A total of 8 library facilities included in libraries.org use an ILS provided by Keystone Systems, Inc..
Selected Articles from Library Technology Guides
The following are a sample of articles related to the major events in the corporate history of Keystone Systems, Inc., or you can view all articles related to the company from Library Technology Guides.
Keystone Systems, Inc. News
Wednesday Nov 14, 2018
All 22 Press Releases from Keystone Systems, Inc.
10 most recent items:
January 2001. Illinois libraries converted to a statewide KLAS network.
Keystone Systems announced that KLAS, the Keystone Library Automation System, has been installed at the Illinois State Library Talking Book and Braille Service and its six sub-regional libraries throughout the State of Illinois. The cooperation among the regional and sub-regional libraries involves less duplication of effort, allowing the sub-regional libraries to concentrate on serving the patrons more effectively.
January 2001. Keystone integrates library automation with warehouse materials management.
Keystone Systems, Inc. is announced that it has successfully integrated its KLAS (Keystone Library Automation System) software with a state-of-the-art computer-controlled warehouse storage and retrieval system manufactured by Diamond Phoenix. The KLAS Carousel Storage interface allows quick, easy and accurate pulling of materials for library patrons. It also speeds the return to storage when items are checked back in. The first library to implement this interface was the New Mexico Talking Book Library in Santa Fe, NM.
August 2000. Palm Beach County Public Library System Chooses KLAS for Talking Books.
Keystone Systems announced that the Palm Beach County Library System has selected KLAS, the Keystone Library Automation System, for their Talking Books Library.
August 2000. Karen L. Odean to receive Alexander J. Skrzypek award from ILA.
Karen L. Odean, Director of the Talking Book Center of Northwest Illinois, was recently selected as the 2000 recipient of the Alexander J. Skrzypek Award.
April, 2000. Broward County Talking Book Library converts to KLAS!.
Keystone Systems announced that KLAS, the Keystone Library Automation System, has been installed in the Broward County Talking Book Library, located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
September 1999. Florida Network of Talking Book Libraries featured in the NLS Quarterly.
The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) Quarterly Newsletter has published a very informative and complimentary article about the Florida network of talking book libraries. This cover story reports how the various participating libraries use the system to improve patron services.
September 1999. Oklahoma Library converts to KLAS in Record Time!.
Keystone Systems announces that KLAS, the Keystone Library Automation System, has been installed at the Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.
June 14, 1999. Lee County Talking Book Library Outsources KLAS Operations.
Keystone Systems announced that KLAS, the Keystone Library Automation System, has been installed at the Lee County Talking Book Library (LCTBL) as the new library automation system.
June, 1999. Indiana Educational Resource Center (IERC) implements KLAS from Keystone Systems.
February 5, 1999. Virginia Division for the Visually Handicapped Library and Resource Center joins the KLAS Family.