Products and Services by Vendor

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Products and Services by Vendor


This section contains a lot of coded information. Here's what it all means: In all of our Software categories, we gave vendors the option of checking off seven platforms: Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Mac, Unix, and Other. Hence, each product that is software will be followed by any or all of the corresponding abbreviations. This way you can know immediately if a piece of software that you'd like to buy will run on your library's system.

Also, we asked vendors to provide more detailed data under two specific software categories: Integrated Library Systems Software and Network Operating System Software. In the boxes on the right you can see the choices that we offered, and then under each vendor's listing you can tell exactly what sort of ILS and Operating System Software it sells.

Integrated Library Systems Software

Architecture:

* Client/Server

* Host/Terminal

* Stand-alone

* Other

Market:

* Academic

* Public Library

* Consortia

* Special/Corporate

* K-12

* Other

Operating System:

* Win XP

* SQL Server

* NT Server

* Win 2000 Server

* Mac-Based

* IBM MainFrame

* Win 2003 Server

* Unix-Based

* Other

Network Operating System Software

* Novell NetWare

* Unix Variant

* Windows NT

* Other

We know these details are essential to your purchasing decisions.

3M Library Systems

General Hardware
Antitheft Devices
Handheld Scanners (Stacks/Inventory)
Security Equipment/Devices
Self-Check Systems

Information for Sale/Lease
Books--Electronic (Content for E-Books)
Books--Networking/Internet
Databases--Web

Supplies
RFID Systems
RFID Tags

Aaron Cohen Associates Ltd.

Facilities Services
Consulting--Building/Planning
Consulting--Ergonomics

Information for Sale/Lease

Books--Electronic (Content for E-Books)
Books--Library Technology
Periodicals--Library Technology

Technology Services

Network/Systems Integration
Social Networking Capabilities
Technology Training/Instruction

ABC-CLIO

Information for Sale/Lease

Books--Electronic (Content for E-Books)
Books--Reference
Databases--Online
Databases--Web
Encyclopedias--CD-ROM
Encyclopedias--Electronic/Online
Encyclopedias--Print
Indexes/Abstracts--Electronic/Online
Indexes/Abstracts--Print
Online Information Services/Database Collection

Technology Services
Database Services (Remote Access)

Access Innovations, Inc.

Application Software
Information Management Software                   Win 98, Win NT, Mac,
                                                   Win XP, Unix, Other

Technical Processing Services
Retrospective Conversion

Technology Services
Database Compiling/Formatting
Digitizing/Scanning

ADLIB Information Systems Ltd.

General Hardware
Bar Code Readers

Integrated Library Systems Software
Market                                               Special/Corporate

Supplies
Labels--Bar Code

Technology Services
Consulting--Library Automation Systems: networks

ALA TechSource

Information for Sale/Lease
Periodicals--Library Technology
Periodicals--Online (Full Text)

Altarama Information Systems

Administrative Services
Consulting--Marketing/PR

Facilities Services
Consulting--Building/Planning

American Psychological Association

Information for Sale/Lease
Books--Electronic (Content for E-Books)
Books--General Collections
Books--Reference
Databases--Online
Databases--Web
Dictionaries--Print
Directories--Online
Encyclopedias--Electronic/Online
Encyclopedias--Print
Indexes/Abstracts--Electronic/Online
Periodicals--General
Periodicals--Online (Full Text)

Apex CoVantage

Technical Processing Services
Retrospective Conversion

Technology Services
Database Compiling/Formatting
Digitizing/Scanning

Auto-Graphics, Inc. … 

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