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ADAPTIVE COMPUTING

ADA Adaptive Interface Software

Freedom Scientific, Learning Systems Group

Adaptive Text Scanning Software

Freedom Scientific, Learning Systems Group

Progressive Technology Federal Systems, Inc.

Adaptive Training Software

Computers By Design, Inc.

EduSelf Multimedia Publishers Inc.

Library Co-Op, Inc., The NetSupport

Adaptive Web Browser Software

Computers By Design, Inc.

Freedom Scientific, Learning Systems Group

Progressive Technology Federal Systems, Inc.

Userful

Braille Translation Software

GW Micro, Inc.

Screen Magnification Software

Userful

Screen Reader Software/Voice Output

Freedom Scientific, Learning Systems Group

GW Micro, Inc.

APPLICATION SOFTWARE

Chat Reference Software

Library Systems & Services

NOTEbookS Library Automation

OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc.

Database Management Software

Auto-Graphics, Inc.

Balboa Software

Computers By Design, Inc.

CyberTools, Inc.

Data Harmony, Inc.

Eloquent Systems, Inc.

Foundation for Library Research, Inc.

GIS Information Systems, Inc.

Inmagic, Inc.

Kelowna Software Ltd.

NOTEbookS Library Automation

Open Text, Inc.

Progressive Technology Federal Systems, Inc.

Systems Integration Group, Inc.

Thomson ISI ResearchSoft

VIS Consultants, Inc.

Visual Information, Inc.

Information Management Software

Access Innovations, Inc.

Auto-Graphics, Inc.

Balboa Software

Conversive, Inc.

Cuadra Associates, Inc.

CyberTools, Inc.

Eloquent Systems, Inc.

Inmagic, Inc.

Kelowna Software Ltd.

Library Co-Op, Inc., The NOTEbookS Library Automation

Open Text, Inc.

Progressive Technology Federal Systems, Inc.

Linking Software

Rasmussen Software

Programming Language Software

CyberTools, Inc.

GIS Information Systems, Inc.

Virtual Reference Software

OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc.

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 30) and look at a company's individual listing. There, under the Systems Software category, more details (architecture, platform, etc.) are given.

A-G Canada Ltd.

Atlantic Rim Information Systems, Inc.

Auto-Graphics, Inc.

BiblioMondo (U.K.) Ltd.

Book Systems, Inc.

Chancery Software Ltd.

COMPanion Corp./Alexandria Library Automation

Computers By Design, Inc.

Conversive, Inc.

Cuadra Associates, Inc.

CyberTools, Inc.

Dynix

EOS International

Factiva

Follett Software Co.

Foundation for Library Research, Inc.

Gateway Software Corp.

GIS Information Systems, Inc.

HEC Reading Horizons

Inmagic, Inc.

Innovative Interfaces, Inc.

Jaywil Software Development, Inc.

LearningExpress, LLC

Mandarin Library Automation, Inc.

Medianet/Dymaxion Research Ltd.

NOTEbookS Library Automation

On Point, Inc.

Open Text, Inc.

Progressive Technology Federal Systems, Inc.

Rasmussen Software

Right On Programs

Surpass Software

TLC--The Library Corporation

VIS Consultants, Inc.

WebCharity Software, Inc.

LIBRARY AUTOMATION

Acquisitions Software

Auto-Graphics, Inc. …

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