Follett and Meridian Data Present CD-ROM Networking Solution

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Follett and Meridian Data Present CD-ROM Networking Solution


Follett Software Company has formed a partnership with Meridian Data, Inc. to offer Meridian CD-Net Servers as part of Follett's informationplus solution. This new alliance teams Meridian's solid hardware performance and dynamic CD-ROM title management with follett's well-established support to provide a highly effective package of CD-ROM solutions.

The Meridian tower system is marketed as part of Follett's informationplus concept--a product family blending CD-ROM technology for complete automation solutions. By forging alliances with respected industry partners such as Meridian, Follett facilitates the introduction of creative information sources into the school and library learning environments.

Follett Software Company is the sole customer contact in tailoring and integrating the most appropriate combination of products for each library and its patrons. And once the system is established, the relationship continues with Follett technical support and automation experts for the lifetime of the product. Follett provides a one-stop ordering, set-up, and support solution.

The Meridian CD-Net system is a powerful yet affordable CD-ROM server which provides patrons with access to CD-ROM titles from individual workstations on the network. Current informationplus CD-ROM titles include: Broadcast News television and radio news transcripts; UMI (University Microfilms Inc.) full-text articles from respected and award-winning news organizations including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, USA Today, and Federal News Service; and EBSCO titles including Facts on File News Digest, MUZE, Masterplots II, Primary Search, Middle Search, Magazine Article Summaries, and Vocational Search. …

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