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PROVO, Utah, April 16, 2013 — Backstage Library Works, a provider of on-site services to libraries around the world, has placed its 5-millionth radio-frequency identification (RFID) tag. With projects that range from applying and encoding 76,000 RFID labels for one library to tagging 1.6 million items across 35 branches for another, Backstage is leading the way in efficiency, speed and accuracy.
Library Automation Technologies, Inc. (LAT), a leader in library automation products, is pleased to announce a new media automation system aimed to improve library staff operations in dispensing media to patrons. LAT-Stena, a new product from LAT, is designed to assist circulation staff in servicing patron’s requests for any optical media (CD, DVD, Blu-ray, Wii, PS2…etc.).
Bloomfield, Conn. — University of Toronto’s Robarts Library is engaging mk Sorting Systems to help improve patron service and provide easy self-service. New equipment frees staff from continuously checking in library materials to better serve patrons, including University students and faculty, with more valuable services. Robarts Library is the first of thirty-two branches at the University of Toronto to make such implementations.
Bloomfield, Conn. – The San Mateo, Calif. based Peninsula Library System, which serves all the
public and community college libraries in San Mateo County, is benefitting from mk Sorting Systems
in providing one of the most technologically advanced service solutions to busy on-the-go library
patrons, resulting in 24-hour access.
Equipment arrived in Millbrae last week and will be operational by the end of the year at the BART
transit station, located at 200 North Rollins Road. The mk LibDispenserTM lets library patrons enjoy
District of Columbia Public Library to Implement Systems in Six Branches
Integrated Technology Group adds another experienced librarian to its team
Norcross, Ga. – August 2, 2010. Bernadette Hill has joined ITG as its Northwest Region Account Manager. Hill is based in Seattle and will be serving ITG customers in Washington, Oregon, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Montana, and Western Canada.
Full RFID Implementation with ITG Underway Across 13 Locations
Norcross, Ga. – June 29, 2010. The Milwaukee Public Library (MPL) is currently retagging its entire collection and converting from RF to RFID one branch at a time in partnership with ITG (Integrated Technology Group). Like a major military invasion, MPL coordinated weeding, tagging, equipment transport, manpower, timeframes, budget, and strategy to make sure branches converted to RFID with minimal surprises. Thanks to detailed planning, the cohesive RFID rollout will be completed on schedule by year’s end.
Bloomfield, CT –mk Sorting Systems is pleased to announce today that Alameda Free Library has installed the mk LibDispenserTM, one of the most technologically advanced solutions to make materials more widely available to patrons anytime and just about anywhere.
Library technology company adds new customers, employees, and grows product offerings
Norcross, Ga. – April 13, 2010. ITG (Integrated Technology Group) ended the first quarter of 2010 showing continued growth in all sectors, with significant increases in new customers and installations, as well as filling key internal positions in support and marketing.
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LAT AND iTEAM ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Synergies in Technology and Product Development Offer Unique Advantages
SOMERDALE, NJ, March 18, 2010: Library Automation Technologies, Inc. (LAT), a leader in library automation products, is pleased to announce strategic alignment with iTeam Resources, Inc. (iTeam) a respected leader in time and print management and Fee & Fine solutions for libraries. Not only has this cooperation resulted in a number of new ongoing product developments and options, but it has already extended the capabilities of existing LAT products to allow any device to become a print/time/Fee & Fine manager via LAT-Total™ option.