LibLime to Exhibit at Computers in Libraries 2015
North Bethesda, MD, April 16, 2015- LibLime, a division of PTFS, will be holding a Technology Luncheon and Listening Session at the upcoming Computers in Libraries scheduled for April 27-29 in Washington, D.C. LibLime will be exhibiting in Booth 414.
LibLime will be holding a free Technology Luncheon for CIL attendees, on Tuesday April 28, from 12:30 to 2 pm. The Technology Luncheon will be focused on the current state of open development initiatives, and what libraries are looking for in a next generation Library Services Platform (LSP). Speaking will be Patrick Jones, Executive Director of LibLime and John Rose, of BiblioSpark. There will be a brief presentation of the enhancements made to Bibliovation in its latest release, as well as planning for future releases. Strongly opinionated guests are highly encouraged to attend and voice their needs, wants, and desires for functionality in a development-on-demand, next generation LSP.
Some of the features discussed will be:
- Discovery layers – central index vs. federated searches
- Databases , aggregators and boutique providers
- ERM – its usefulness and application
- Where to look for staff efficiencies
To register to attend this free luncheon, please email Ariel Levinsky at email@example.com to request a reserved seat, or visit LibLime in the booth at Computers in Libraries.
About Computers in Libraries
Computers in Libraries is an annual conference and exhibition on all aspects of library and information delivery technology. Although the tools and technology in libraries changes from year to year, Computers in Libraries consistently showcases excellent topics and speakers. Computers in Libraries 2014 theme is “Hacking the Library,” with a focus on hacking, or changing, the ideas, practices, and strategies in using technology and other methods to engage the community.
LibLime, a division of PTFS, is the global leader in providing support for open development Library Service Platforms (LSP). Rather than sell software licenses for static, hard-to-customize software products, LibLime educates libraries about the benefits of open development, enabling them to make choices about how best to provide their communities and staff with better technology services. LibLime then facilitates deployment of the LSP in libraries by providing outstanding consulting, development, implementation, and support/hosting services. PTFS is also the developer of the world’s leading content management software, Knowvation, and specializes in meeting library personnel staffing requirements, digitization and metadata keying services. For more information, see https://liblime.com or http://ptfs.com.