June 24, 2016
(The Library Corporation) The Library Corporation announce that the Nashville Public Library System and Metro Nashville Public School have selected CARL.X as their next integrated library system.
June 15, 2016
(The Library Corporation) The Broward County Library in South Florida has extended their CARL.X contract for an additional three years, The Library Corporation announced this week. As part of this renewal, BCL will be implementing CARL.Connect, TLC’s suite of online, mobile clients and they will be participating as a development partner for the web-based cataloging features of CARL.Connect Collections.
June 7, 2016
(The Library Corporation) The Library Corporation and Above the Treeline announced compatibility between CARL.X and the Edelweiss Analytics library collection management service. Launched at the American Library Association Annual Conference in June of 2015, Edelweiss Analytics provides libraries with up-to-date data information to improve circulation, as well as provide greater insight into what their patrons want.
June 3, 2016
(The Library Corporation) Rich Jacobson, who has served as Inside Sales Manager for The Library Corporation for more than a decade, has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer of Inwood Operations. In his new role, Jacobson is tasked with managing the day-to-day tasks at TLC’s Inwood headquarters.
May 26, 2016
(The Library Corporation) The Library Corporation announced that LibraryH3lp’s live chat service is now fully integrated with their LS2 PAC for CARL online public access catalog, building on TLC’s long standing commitment to ensure libraries can meet the evolving needs of their customers.
May 6, 2016
(The Library Corporation) Two longtime employees of The Library Corporation have been promoted to senior management positions. John Burns is TLC’s new Vice President of Sales, and Sherry Banks has been named Director of Inwood Operations.
April 20, 2016
(The Library Corporation) Three more prestigious libraries recently joined thousands of other library locations worldwide that use The Library Corporation’s Library.Solution integrated library system.
April 7, 2016
(The Library Corporation) Loudoun County Public Library in Virginia implemented The Library Corporation’s CARL.X integrated library system, debuting TLC’s modern, intuitive online catalog and open and powerful staff interfaces on March 29.
February 19, 2016
(The Library Corporation) TLC announced that the Brevard County Public Libraries in Florida have renewed their CARL.X contract for an additional five years. Brevard County implemented CARL.X in 2008 and will continue their partnership with TLC by transitioning to CARL’s Software as a Service (SaaS) solution in order to take advantage of the fully hosted service model that TLC provides.
December 8, 2015
(The Library Corporation) The library at Canada’s Columbia College is discarding its Follett Athena integrated library system in favor of The Library Corporation’s Library.Solution automation system. TLC’s powerful yet user-friendly ILS is becoming increasingly popular in Canada, with Library.Solution being used across the country by libraries in five provinces and the Yukon.
November 12, 2015
(The Library Corporation) Product enhancements announced at The Library Corporation’s annual users conference are opening up new cataloging and workflow possibilities for libraries using TLC’s Library.Solution and CARL.X automation systems.
October 20, 2015
(The Library Corporation) TLC announced the latest phase of their CARL.Connect development with the introduction of CARL.Connect Reports, which will be released in 2016. Key to this functionality is the groundbreaking CARL•Connect Reports Concierge that boasts a Live Chat feature where library staff at a Director level can seek information at the time of their reporting needs, using an online chat interface that exists within the CARL.Connect Reports environment.
October 2, 2015
(The Library Corporation) The Library Corporation announced that Loudoun County Public Library in Virginia has selected CARL.X to meet their ILS needs, and will take advantage of CARL’s Software as a Service solution.
September 26, 2015
(The Library Corporation) Leveraging new 2D barcode scanning features builds upon the already streamlined paperless registration process that allows library staff to capture and store a signature while signing up a new patron, making inefficient library card registration and sign-up a thing of the past.
September 10, 2015
(The Library Corporation) The Library Corporation announced the availability of their latest round of API development, v1.7.8. This version of web service APIs continues to build upon TLC’s full-featured API offerings as part of the core CARL product line.With this release, TLC continues their trend of sharing reliable APIs with CARL.X libraries so that they can extend their own additional services to their customers. TLC also invests in its API development by actively using them within the CARL product line. CARL.X API v1.7.8 improves upon Administrative Services, Patron Services, Cataloging and Circulation. The CARL customer base is currently enjoying improved global editing functionality within the CARL.X ILS and enhancements to CARL.Connect Circulation to include Account Merge functionality and the ability to quickly register or search for a patron’s account by scanning the 2D barcode on their driver’s license.