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COMPanion Corporation Releases Alexandria v5.5.1

Posted Feb 1, 2006
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COMPanion Corporation has announced the release of Alexandria v5.5.1, which includes a powerful new WEB Librarian interface. The new release includes numerous additional added benefits and performance enhancements designed to improve stability and ease of use, according to the announcement.

New features listed in the announcement include the following:

* New WEB Librarian interface now available for convenient circulation, inventory, patron/item management, reporting, utility options, and more—all accessible via the Web.
* Streamlined Web data processing for Central Union configurations and other users with high volume Web searching or circulation.
* Lexile information is now available on the Web circulation interface.
* Overall improved stability and performance.

This new release will be a free upgrade to current Alexandria customers.

Alexandria is a library automation system used in thousands of libraries worldwide since 1988—including singles libraries to school districts of 350+. It may be configured as a Client/Server model for optimal networking speed and functionality, or as a complete Web-based configuration for ease and convenience. Alexandria offers a cross-platform and/or Web-based library automation solution for the latest operating systems including Windows XP and Macintosh OS X.

Source: COMPanion Corp.,

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