Bethesda, MD – June 16, 2011 - LibLime is Pleased to Announce Download Number 100 for LibLime Koha 4.2
Within just 30 days of being available, over 100 organizations around the world have downloaded and installed LibLime Koha 4.2 from the liblime.com website.
“I’m excited to see that these new features are getting into the hands of librarians and developers”, said Clay Fouts, LibLime’s Chief Software Architect. “We’re looking forward to lots of feedback on how we can continue to enhance this application for use in libraries, museums, archives and other cultural organizations”. LibLime Koha 4.2 is the most functionally advanced open source ILS available today.
Some new features in LibLime Koha 4.2 are:
- MARC tag edit for import
- Expanded support for 001 and 035 matching upon import
- Enhanced functionality of ‘Did you mean’ search option in the OPAC
- Expanded holds support for consortiums providing intralibrary borrowing
- Suspend and re-activate holds by patron
- Storing auxiliary style sheets on a remote server for local OPAC customizations
- Enhanced Bestseller Club features
For librarians, LibLime provides module & policy setup, data migration, training, maintenance & hosting services around LibLime Koha 4.2. For more information on how we can help you with any of these services, email LibLime at: [email protected].
For developers, the entire code base can be accessed in LibLime’s public git repository. That repository is found at https://github.com/liblime/LibLime-Koha.
About LibLime, a division of PTFS
LibLime, a division of PTFS, is the global leader in professional Koha support. LibLime’s robust staff of programmers, data specialists, librarians, system administrators and project managers, provides first class consulting, implementation, data migration, training, development, and maintenance/hosting services for Koha in libraries of all types and sizes. PTFS is the developer of the world’s leading digital content management software, ArchivalWare, and also specializes in library staffing requirements, digitization, and systems integration. For more information, see http://liblime.com or http://ptfs.com orhttp://archivalware.net.