With Amlib, you can:
The ability to add electronic images, pictures and documents to catalogue records is a standard feature of the Amlib system. You can also automatically expand the content of your catalogue to include additional content, such as front covers, book reviews, table of contents and first chapters and excerpts. You can further enrich your content with tag clouds, a virtual shelf browser, and reviews.
The Circulation module provides complete management of all library loans, issues, returns, reservations, fines and location transfers.
The Offline Circulation module enables continued operation of Circulation Issues (Loans) and Returns from a local PC when a server/network failure occurs. After online access is restored, the captured offline circulation data can be loaded into the live Amlib database.
The SIP2 Service Manager module can be installed on a purpose-built Public Self-Serve Kiosk featuring a Windows-based PC, RFID, touch screen, barcode scanner and receipt printer, and is also ideal for unattended libraries.
Amlib provides the facility for staff to quickly create ILL requests, reserve for library patrons and manage the circulation of the ILL item received from an external library including automatic alerts for staff in the Circulation module.
The Amlib Stock Item module manages all items/holding records within the database featuring user-defined Item Formats (form) and Classification (stats) that are also used to determine the item display and circulation statistics retained.
The Amlib Periodicals module provides flexible serials management of all subscription materials.
The Amlib Orders and Finance modules enable complete order processing and assist libraries with monitoring budgets, commitments and expenditures.
The Borrower/Patron Maintenance module provides detailed management of all library patrons.
The Amlib Report module is a flexible and comprehensive reporting module operating across all Amlib modules. Amlib reports allow SQL-style functionality (such as Borrower Type='A' and Due Date > Start of Month) within an easy-to-use environment (i.e., without operators having to know field names and join tables to create reports).
- Operating System: Microsoft Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2012 with IIS pre-installed (NetOpacs only). Microsoft Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2012; Windows 7 (OpenOPAC only).
- Web Server: IIS
- Windows Client Operating System Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
- Web Client Browser: Internet Explorer 8 and above (will also work with other JAVA enabled browsers)
- Display: SVGA 800x600 for Windows Client