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Adaptive Computing Software

ADA Adaptive Interface Software

Bibliotheca

CyberTools for Libraries

IP-DOT Ltd.

Userful

Adaptive Text Scanning Software

IP-DOT Ltd.

Adaptive Training Software

IP-DOT Ltd.

NetSupport

ShirWin Knowledge & Learning Systems Inc.

Adaptive Web Browser Software

CyberTools for Libraries

IP-DOT Ltd.

KidComputers.com

Userful

Screen Magnification Software

Userful

Screen Reader Software/Voice Input

IP-DOT Ltd.

Screen Reader Software/Voice Output

IP-DOT Ltd.

Application Software

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Software

Expertmaker

IP-DOT Ltd.

Chat Reference Software

Innovative Interfaces, Inc.

IP-DOT Ltd.

Database Management Software

Auto-Graphics, Inc.

CyberTools for Libraries

Ektron, Inc.

Eloquent Systems, Inc.

EOS International

Index Data

Infotrieve Inc.

Inmagic Canada Software

IP-DOT Ltd.

Libramation

Mandarin Library Automation

Polaris Library Systems

PrimaSoft PC Inc.

Reprints Desk

SydneyPLUS International

Information Management Software

Access Innovations, Inc.

Auto-Graphics, Inc.

Cuadra Associates, Inc.

CyberTools for Libraries

Ektron, Inc.

Eloquent Systems, Inc.

EOS International

Evanced Solutions, Inc.

Ex Libris, Inc.

Generations on Line--Internet Made Simple for Seniors

Horizon DataSys Corporation

Index Data

Infotrieve Inc.

Inmagic Canada Software

IP-DOT Ltd.

KidComputers.com

Mandarin Library Automation

NOTEbookS Library Automation

Plymouth Rocket, Inc.

Polaris Library Systems

PrimaSoft PC Inc.

Reprints Desk

ShirWin Knowledge & Learning Systems Inc.

SpectorSoft Corp.

SydneyPLUS International

Synergy Software

Tetrad Computer Applications

Thomson Reuters

Userful

Knowledge Management Software

Evanced Solutions, Inc.

Inmagic Canada Software

IP-DOT Ltd.

SydneyPLUS International

Link Resolvers

CyberTools for Libraries

EOS International

Ex Libris, Inc.

Index Data

Infotrieve Inc.

Innovative Interfaces, Inc.

IP-DOT Ltd.

Reprints Desk

Swets

SydneyPLUS International

Wolper Information Services

Linking Software

CyberTools for Libraries

Ex Libris, Inc.

Index Data

Infotrieve Inc.

Innovative Interfaces, Inc.

IP-DOT Ltd.

Polaris Library Systems

Reprints Desk

SydneyPLUS International

PDA Reading Software

IP-DOT Ltd.

Userful

Scheduling Software

Business Management Systems

CyberTools for Libraries

EnvisionWare, Inc.

Evanced Solutions, Inc.

Innovative Interfaces, Inc.

IP-DOT Ltd.

Schedule3W

SydneyPLUS International

Social Knowledge Management Software

Evanced Solutions, Inc.

Inmagic Canada Software

IP-DOT Ltd.

SydneyPLUS International

SOPAC (Social Online Public Access Catalog)

Inmagic Canada Software

IP-DOT Ltd.

SydneyPLUS International

Virtual Reference Software

EOS International

Infotrieve Inc.

IP-DOT Ltd.

Reprints Desk

Softlink America, Inc.

SydneyPLUS International

Integrated Library Systems Software

To find out exactly what type of Integrated Library Systems Software each company offers, turn to the "Products and Services by Vendor" section (which starts on page 37) and look at a company's individual listing. …

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