December 18, 1996 (Raleigh, NC) - Keystone Systems, Inc., a leading producer of library automation software and developer of KLAS, the Keystone Library Automation System, in continuing its commitment to the development of quality library automation systems, announces the recognition and promotion of two staff members.
Mark Gardner has been named Manager, Systems and Communications. Mark has been an integral part of Keystone Systems for over ten years and has moved up in the company during that time. Mark's responsibilities include overall systems design, configuration, and installation of KLAS and communications systems for Keystone's customers.
James Butts has been with Keystone Systems for more than five years, joining the company as a technical writer. He quickly learned the details of programming and became an important part of Keystone's programming staff. Recently, James was promoted to Manager, Software Development. He is responsible for leading Keystone's programming staff in developing KLAS. In addition, he will work closely with Mark Gardner in the design of thc system.
Keystone Systems, Inc. is a fifteen year old company based in Raleigh. North Carolina. Through extensive research and consultation, our developers have created a powerful, yet elegant library automation system. KLAS. which has the flexibility for customization to meet the specific needs of special, academic, and public libraries. Keystone's staff takes pride in assisting customers to obtain and hilly utilize the best computer systems available.