Atlanta, GA, October 23, 2012 – EnvisionWare, a leading provider of self-service and library-efficiency solutions, announced today that James Greene has joined as an Implementation Consultant.
James comes to EnvisionWare from the Ronan City Library in Ronan, Montana where he served as Network and System Administrator and Technology Training Specialist. In addition to working at the Library, James also held a teaching position at Salish Kootenai College, Pablo, Montana where he instructed students how to install, implement, and secure MYSQL and PHP.
During his tenure at Ronan, James oversaw the statewide implementation of the EnvisionWare Suite. The Suite includes EnvisionWare's time and print management solutions, PC Reservation and LPT:One. The initiative was funded by the Broadband Technologies Opportunity Program (BTOP) and includes 42 libraries throughout Montana. BTOP was funded by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act with the purpose of expanding services to Montana residents.
"James will be a true asset to libraries throughout this region," said EnvisionWare CEO Mike Monk. "He comes to EnvisionWare with an in-depth understanding of our products and services, as well as first-hand implementation experience in multiple libraries."
James holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Salish Kootenai College, in Pablo, Montana. In addition to his IT experience, James served as in the US Navy in the position of Gunners Mate-Guns and competed internationally as a power lifter and strongman. He expands our regional service capabilities by delivering consulting and technical services from Montana and will assist customers with new implementations and in the Midwest, Plains and Pacific Northwestern regions of the United States.
"I was incredibly fortunate to participate in the BTOP program while at Ronan City Library," said James. "Not only did I expand my technical knowledge and skills, but I was able to work closely with the staff at EnvisionWare. I look forward to being part of the team and working with libraries throughout the region."
EnvisionWare is a leading provider of self-service and library-efficiency solutions. Today, over ten thousand libraries use EnvisionWare products to enrich the service offerings of their libraries and to empower their customers to do more for themselves. EnvisionWare offers twenty-two systems, including PC Reservation computer management, LPT:One print control, OneStop for self-service circulation, RFID/AMH and the new 24-Hour Library. For more information about EnvisionWare, visit www.envisionware.com.