Introducing the Next Generation of Library Management Systems

@article{Wilson2012IntroducingTN,
  title={Introducing the Next Generation of Library Management Systems},
  author={Kristen Wilson},
  journal={Serials Review},
  year={2012},
  volume={38},
  pages={110 - 123}
}
Abstract This installment of Electronic Resource Forum uses the results of a survey to present profiles of five next generation library management systems: Alma by Ex Libris; Sierra by Innovative Interfaces, Inc.; OLE by the Kuali Foundation; WorldShare Management Services by OCLC; and Intota by Serials Solutions. Each profile provides an overview of the system and describes its development history, use of standards and interoperability, and functionality. In addition to the profiles, the… 
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