Library Journal [April 1, 2005]

Automation marketplace 2005 : gradual evolution

Breeding, Marshall.

Copyright (c) 2005 Reed Business Information,

Image for Automation marketplace 2005 : gradual evolution The integrated library system is changing-not dramatically but steadily. Forces at work include an improving economy, pressures to innovate, new products that manage electronic content, and, most of all, mandatory migrations. It was an especially fertile year for migration. In 2003 many libraries deferred moving from obsolete systems, creating a pent-up demand that began to break loose in 2004. As the domestic ILS market becomes more highly saturated, companies increasingly rely on international sales.

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Publication Year:2005
Type of Material:Article
LanguageEnglish
Published in: Library Journal
Publication Info:Volume 130 Number 6
Issue:April 1, 2005
Page(s):42-48
Publisher:Reed Business Information,
Series: Automation Marketplace
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Subject: Library automation vendors -- profiles
Online access:http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA512267.html
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