General Questions

No, LiBRARYSOFT is a Client Server product, it can be installed and used even on a single computer. We do include optional Web Components so that should you require Web Server capability you have it.
Use as many workstations as your network can handle at no charge. Licensing is per library rather than per Workstation or User.
There are five ways to add data into LiBRARYSOFT. 1. Direct Data Entry - Click add and type in the data. 2. AutoCataloguing, just scan in the ISBN and acquire the data from any z39.50 Library. 3. Ongoing Catalog Import - load delimited data. 4. Load data in from the Gateway.
They can Search using Client Server OPAC which has Searching by regular and Advanced Searching, Visual Tree and Pictorial Searching. Our Web component OPACinternet/intranet is included at no charge and can be used to set up searching across the Internet or across a Network using it as a Intranet.
Yes as well as Spine Labels, Combined Labels along with any Label layout. The Report Generator can be used to create customized Labels.
Along with standard Reports there are Graphic Reports which represent the data visually. One of the greatest benefits is that a Report Generator is included, create Reports over any Fields, in any Order and laid out in the way that best helps your staff.
If the computer can run Windows it can run LiBRARYSOFT as far back as Windows 98 SE and as far forward as the Current Version including Windows 10. Macintosh computers can used by staff and patrons if the optional components LiBRARYSOFTWeB and OPACInternet are used.

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