Softlink will be show-casing Liberty v5, the latest version of its flagship Integrated Library Management Solution, at the Ontario Library Association's Super Conference.
Canadian libraries will have the opportunity to view Softlink's latest version of Liberty during the Trade Show of the Ontario Library Association's (OLA) Super Conference, to be held in Toronto on 2-5 February, 2011.
Softlink and its Seattle office has supported Canadian libraries for over 10 years, as part of its dedication to providing integrated solutions worldwide.
The theme of the OLA conference is "The Power of C - Collaboration", emphasizing libraries' needs for connectivity, cooperation, and communication.
Attending from Softlink America will be Janice Marks, Senior Sales Account Manager and Maida Rubin, Professional Services Manager. They will be demonstrating Liberty v5, a streamlined, intuitive ILMS that is completely web-based and enhanced with the following features: faceted, best match and predictive search, a new library portal with enhanced personalized services, extended multi-branch management, and more.
"I am looking forward to attending the conference and meeting with the Canadian library community," said Ms Marks.
"Liberty v5 is a great system and I am excited to demonstrate the latest features of the system."
Liberty v5 is a flexible solution for today's libraries, configurable to meet the diverse needs of the libraries that Softlink serves, which include: law, medical, finance, research, technical, government, academic, and public. It has been created in consultation with libraries worldwide, with a focus on providing increased productivity and functionality to manage a diverse range of library collections.
Softlink staff will be available at Booth 229 to discuss the latest features of Liberty.