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Company Overview of Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems AG
Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems AG engages in the development, deployment, and support of library technology solutions primarily for public, private, and academic library markets. It offers kiosks for self service; return and sorting systems; RFID security products that give information and alert on historic logs to libraries; and staff solutions ranging from RFID programming stations to handheld devices and intelligent shelving. The company sells its products through a network of authorized distributors in South Africa, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Asia. Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems AG has a strategic partnership with SirsiDynix. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Ro...
Founded in 2002
Key Executives for Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems AG
Chief Technology Officer and President of Europe Operations
President of North America Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems AG Key Developments
SirsiDynix and Bibliotheca Reaffirm Global Strategic Alliance
May 31 13
SirsiDynix and Bibliotheca reaffirmed their intent to extend and strengthen their global strategic partnership. Working together, the two companies continue to win the business of some of the large and most demanding RFID projects in the world. The most recent of these includes Halifax Public Libraries and Northern Ireland Library Service. The Halifax project is a comprehensive implementation that includes RFID for over 1.3 million items, inventory devices, RFID staff stations, security gates and training. The Northern Ireland project will introduce RFID technology into all public libraries managed by Libraries NI, all of which will incorporate a selection of Bibliotheca equipment and tagging the service's entire collection of over 1.8 million library items. In addition to these noteworthy wins, SirsiDynix and Bibliotheca have committed to working closely together on development that will deliver a tighter integration to benefit existing and new customers. This includes a clear commitment to deliver integration utilizing web services, thus supporting the International adoption of the Library Communications Framework (LCF). This will allow the flexible enhancement of features such as circulation and inventory which have been, to date, restricted by the narrower approach of previous communication protocols such as SIP2 and NCIP.
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