Book Systems, Inc. News

Saturday Jul 26, 2014

All 46 Press Releases from Book Systems, Inc.

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June 19, 2013. Book Systems Integrates OverDrive APIs into Atriuum. Book Systems announcs the integration of OverDrive APIs into Atriuum version 9.0. This integrated search portal for OverDrive allows patrons to easily search and find all of the digital content your library or consortium has purchased from OverDrive. <<more>>


June 15, 2013. Book Systems, Inc. Releases Atriuum 9.0. Book Systems announced the release of Atriuum v 9.0. This release contains enhanced features including improved eBook integration with OverDrive,social media connectivity with Facebook, and full support for the new RDA (Resource Description and Access)standard. <<more>>


April 15, 2013. Books Systems, Inc. announces new website. Books Systems announced the release of our all new Website. It has been vastly improved to better serve our customers, reflect who we are as a company, and increase awareness regarding the products and services we offer. <<more>>


June 7, 2012. Book Systems puts the library in patrons' pockets . Book Systems Inc. released its new Atriuum "on the go" app currently available on the Android Play Store. The mobile app for Atriuum gives you instant access to the library catalog from your favorite mobile device. Search for books, eBooks, DVDs, CDs and more. Use your mobile device to reserve a popular title, renew items, read reviews and even see a list of "What's Hot" at your local library. You can access My Items at any time to manage your account and book bags. Want to know if a new release is available at your library? While you are at your favorite book store, use the Scan ISBN feature to capture the ISBN located on the physical item. <<more>>


June 5, 2012. Dublin City Schools in Georgia implement Booktracks . Five schools in Dublin City Schools moved from pen and paper to tracking their textbooks In Booktracks. <<more>>


June 4, 2012. Huntsville City Schools Establishes Accountability and Saves Money with Booktracks. In 2011, the 48 sites in Huntsville City Schools migrated their libraries to Atriuum and implemented Booktracks, a textbook and asset management software. <<more>>


June 4, 2012. Charlotte County School District in Virginia implements Booktracks for Assets. Charlotte County School District in Virginia implements Booktracks for Assets <<more>>


May 28, 2012. Grand Forks 18 Schools In North Dakota implement Booktracks. Grand Forks 18 Schools In North Dakota implement Booktracks <<more>>


May 4, 2012. Jackson-Madison, 28 schools in Jackson, Tennessee Implements Booktracks . Jackson- Madison’s mission is to prepare tomorrow's leaders by providing a safe, caring learning environment, working in cooperation with families and the community and providing appropriate curriculum and effective instruction. The purchase of Booktracks will help students and teachers to have better access to the teaching materials and equipment. The textbooks will be tracked and accountability will be required. Form letters can be sent to the parents containing a list of all equipment and textbooks students have checked out. <<more>>


March 5, 2012. Herzing University Kenosha Campus located in Wisconsin uses Booktracks to Manage their Textbooks and Equipment. Herzing University Kenosha Campus located in Wisconsin uses Booktracks to Manage their Textbooks and Equipment. <<more>>


February 10, 2012. Book Systems releases Atriuum 8.0 . Book Systems Inc. unveiled an update for its world known web-based library software, Atriuum. The 8.0 update, available to libraries currently using Atriuum, allows customers to operate the software more efficiently and effectively. The main highlight of the 8.0 update is the new OPAC interface, accompanied by several new OPAC configurations and an updated KidZviZ theme. <<more>>


June 23, 2011. Book Systems, Inc. is proud to announce Atriuum 7.0 . Book Systems announced the Atriuum 7.0 release. In 6.0, we introduced The Librarian Desktop which gave our customers the ability to personalize their workspace and work-flows in Atriuum. With Atriuum 7.0, we added features that librarians will need when adding eBooks to their collection and many other great features. <<more>>


June 21, 2011. Bald Knob Public Schools in Arkansas go live with Atriuum. Bald Knob Public Schools in Arkansas migrated to Atriuum , a 100 percent web-based product which offers their students and teachers the opportunity to access the library from home. The high school, middle school, and elementary school were excited to have better access to the library. <<more>>


June 21, 2011. Northeast Missouri Library Service moves to Atriuum . Northeast Missouri Library Service has a total of five library branches that have successfully migrated to Atriuum. Because of this move to a completely Web-based software, the public libraries’ patrons have the ability to access the library catalog from home. Atriuum’s OPAC theme KidZviz provides a picture-based searching option that can be used in the children’s section of the public library. The reporting feature in Atriuum gives the administration the tools to analyze the collection. <<more>>


June 21, 2011. Crystal City ISD Migrates to Atriuum and Booktracks. Crystal City ISD – located in Crystal City, Texas and composed of 5 schools – recently went live with Atriuum for their library and Booktracks for their textbooks. The schools were so excited to move to a Web-based software program that offered access to the library catalog from home. The ability to use the report module to create customized reports was also a feature the librarians love. <<more>>


June 21, 2011. School Town of Highland is live on Atriuum. School Town of Highland is located in Highland, Indiana and composed of 6 schools. This customer chose Atriuum ASP to offer the students and teachers a Web-based software solution that would provide ease of use, great reports, many OPAC themes and so much more. Providing the students and teachers access from home or anywhere they have Internet access was a major reason for the move to Atriuum. The move supports their goals and desires to provide the students the information they need for the future. <<more>>


June 21, 2011. Millbury Public School District located in Millbury, Maine goes live on Atriuum. Millbury is composed of approximately 2,000 students in primary, elementary and junior/senior high schools. The students and teachers are excited by the move to a Web-based library software. Atriuum offers over 40 themes for customizing the look and feel of the OPAC patrons can access from home or within the physical library. Also, a wide range of standard and customizable reports allow the librarian to analyze the collection to better serve the curriculum. <<more>>


June 20, 2011. Monroe County School District with 12 schools Move to Atriuum. Monroe County is located in Madisonville, Tennessee and serves approximately5,500 students. The school systems motto, “Education for Tomorrow – Today,” issupported by the purchase of the new library software. This move from Concourseto Atriuum provides the Web-based software that will enable the teachers and students to access the library from home. The librarians look forward to workingwith Atriuum and all of the great new features. <<more>>


June 9, 2011. Hardeman County School District moves to Atriuum. Hardeman County School District composed of 9 sites located in Bolívar, Tennessee successfully moved to Atriuum. Hardeman is composed of 6 Elementary Schools, 1 Middle Schools, and 2 High Schools. The libraries migrated from Winnebago Spectrum. <<more>>


June 9, 2011. Madison County School District moves to Atriuum. Madison County School District, composed of 26 sites, successfully moved to Atriuum earlier this year. Madison County is composed of 16 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, and 6 high schools. The librarians were very excited to move to a Web-based software that offered many more options for the students. The ability to choose from over 40 themes for the OPAC will create more interest in the card catalog. <<more>>


June 8, 2011. Booktracks 7.0. Book Systems announced the release of Booktracks 7.0 with many new great features. <<more>>


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Book Systems, Inc.

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4901 University Square Suite 3
Huntsville, Alabama 35801
United States
Toll free: 800-219-6571
Fax: 800-230-4183
Web site: http://www.booksys.com/
Email: sales@booksys.com


Executives

  • Suzanne Burton -- President
  • Bart Eby -- National Sales Manager
  • John Garrigan -- Software Development
  • Dewayne Jeter -- Chief Operating Officer
  • Doug West -- Chief Technology Officer

Company Ownership


Library automation systems

Book Systems, Inc. offers the following Integrated Library Systems:

  • Atriuum (321 libraries, 601 facilities in lib-web-cats)
    Public libraries: 267
    Academic libraries: 7
    School libraries: 36
    11 libraries have migrated away from this system.
  • Concourse (118 libraries, 142 facilities in lib-web-cats)
    Public libraries: 95
    Academic libraries: 1
    School libraries: 6
    113 libraries have migrated away from this system.

A total of 743 library facilities included in lib-web-cats use an ILS provided by Book Systems, Inc..


Corporate Chronology


Key Articles from Library Technology Guides

The following are a sample of articles related to the major events in the corporate history of Book Systems, Inc., or you can view all articles related to the company from Library Technology Guides.