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Software for Libraries

  • Millennium
    Innovative Interfaces, the world's leading provider of Web-powered, Java-based automated library systems, has been offering extensive Unicode support to its customers since 1997. Millennium supports fourteen user-interface languages and character support for dozens more. The Java-based staff modules (Circulation, Cataloging, Acquisitions and Serials) use Unicode (UTF-8) as the native encoding for passing data between the client and server and displaying characters on the client
  • Softlink Library Global 5.45 is best described as Library Management software, providing an automated way of managing physical and electronic resources. It is currently being used in as many as 12 languages


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