Integrated Library Systems Partners
Tech Logic systems are built to integrate with many of the top Integrated Library Systems that are in use today, and are compatible with all ILS products that comply with the SIP II protocol.
The Library Corporation (TLC) is a family-owned and -operated business founded in 1974 that develops software and online technology for school, public, academic, and specialty libraries of all sizes, including some of the busiest libraries in the world. TLC's automation, authority control, cataloging, and online selection and acquisition products include Library•Solution®, Library•Solution® for Schools, CARL•XTM, BiblioFile®, ITS•MARC®, LS2 PAC, LS2 Kids, AuthorityWorksTM, and Online Selection & Acquisitions - all backed by an unparalleled level of customer support and assistance. TLC also offers servers, printers, and additional hardware to complement its software and OPACs. TLC is based in Inwood, W.Va., and has additional offices in Denver and Singapore.
Boopsie. - Founded in 2006 and located in Silicon Valley, California, Boopsie is the industry-leading mobile solution for universities and libraries worldwide. Customers include Seattle Public, Los Angeles Public, University of Toronto, University of Notre Dame, Brown University, University of Gent in Belgium, and University of Auckland in New Zealand. Boopsie is American Library Association's mobile partner for a range of conferences including ALA 2011 and the preferred mobile solution for a number of consortia. Disruptively affordable and easy-to-deploy without compromising on world-class performance, Boopsie's solutions are fully hosted and all apps are downloadable on mobile devices including Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, J2ME, Palm, Symbian, Windows Mobile, and also support browser-enabled devices.
SMARTRAC -- SMARTRAC is the leading developer, manufacturer, and supplier of RFID and NFC transponders and inlays. The company produces ready-made and customized transponders and inlays used in access control,
animal identification, automated fare collection, border control, RFID-based car immobilizers, electronic product identification, industry, libraries and media management, laundry, logistics, mobile & smart media,
public transport, retail, and many more.
SMARTRAC was founded in 2000, went public in July 2006, and trades as a stock corporation under Dutch law with its registered headquarters in Amsterdam. The company currently employs about 4,000 employees and maintains a global research and development, production, and sales network.
FEIG ELECTRONIC -- Established in 1970, FEIG ELECTRONIC specializes in contactless identification (RFID), control electronics, and traffic remote sensing. Located in Weilburg, Germany, FEIG ELECTRONICS employs about 180 staff members. The quality management of FEIG ELECTRONIC was certified according to DIN ISO 9001.
Datalogic -- Headquartered in Bologna, Italy, Datalogic is a world-class producer of barcode readers, data collection mobile computers, RFID systems and photoelectric sensors for the industrial automation sector. They offer innovative solutions for many industrial applications, from manufacturing to transportation and logistics or retail. Founded in 1972, Datalogic employees over 2,000 employees in 30 countries. Datalogic has eight Research and Development centers with over 300 engineers.
UPM Raflatac -- UPM Raflatac is a globally leading supplier of pressure sensitive labelstock and manufacturer of RFID (radio frequency identification) tags and inlays. Labelstock from UPM Raflatac and new-generation RFID products meet the needs of demanding applications in a vast array of end-uses. Founded in 1997, UPM Raflatac has a global service network consisting of 14 factories on five continents and a broad network of sales offices and slitting and distribution terminals worldwide.
TAGSYS RFID -- TAGSYS RFID designs and manufactures comprehensive HF and UHF RFID systems infrastructure for item-level tracking in a variety of industries. This universal infrastructure includes purpose-built readers and tags, as well as RFID management software, all designed to work together seamlessly in the most demanding environments. With a proven track record of delivering reliable, high performance production systems, TAGSYS has deployed over 150 million tags and 80,000 reader systems to over 500 successful customers in more than 40 countries. Founded in 1996, TAGSYS RFID tags and hardware solutions have been specifically designed to ease the identification and management of all types of library media using e-connectware. TAGSYS RFID systems can be centrally monitored and administered to automate circulation, speed inventory management and security and increase the time library staff spends with patrons.
Avery Dennison RFID -- Avery Dennison RFID focuses on the design and manufacture of RFID inlays - a critical link between the tagged item and the hardware, software and databases in an RFID application. Since 1937, Avery Dennison has been serving the world with innovative roll materials solutions. They employ more than 32,000 individuals in over 200 manufacturing and distribution facilities in more than 60 countries around the world. Avery Dennison's products include pressure-sensitive labeling materials; graphics imaging media; retail apparel ticketing and branding systems; RFID inlays and tags; office products; specialty tapes; and a variety of specialized labels for automotive, industrial and durable goods applications.
Kingsley Library Equipment -- Founded in 1962, the Pomona, CA based Kingsley Company is the oldest and largest manufacturer of library returns and carts in the world, building them with the quality and experience that is gained through years of successful service. Kingsley Library Equipment specializes in curbside book returns (book drops), curbside media returns, through wall returns, RFID Ready Book and Media Returns, book carts, media carts, book trucks, indoor book and media returns, and all accessories.
CNG - CNG is an Australian owned and operated company specializing in the design, construction and maintenance of a wide range of communications and IT infrastructure. Formed in 2006 when AV & RF services company Mirakel merged with the Data, Electrical & IT integrator, Cable & Network Group, the combination of the two companies produced an unparalleled offering of skills and services that has made CNG a key innovator and integrator to commercial & corporate Australia. CNG also experienced in library barcode and RFID Systems, including the support of the sorting system installed at Brisbane City Council. CNG provides services on a national basis and employs over 40 permanent staff across 4 branches in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane and operates a network of contractors in excess of 500.
BancTec -- BancTec is a Texas-based OEM service solution company founded in 1972. They offer a dedicated and skilled work force with 24/7 response to service needs, with hundreds of service locations around the world. BancTec is most well know for its equipment and service to the banking industry (high-speed check processors, ATMs, etc.) but in recent years, it has branched out to various compatible markets to leverage its significant network of highly skilled technicians. A sampling of the many companies served by BancTec includes Boeing, Verizon, Chevron, Dell, Bank of America, and JP Morgan Chase.