Library Content Managers Integrated Library Solution is a web-based Library Software developed in PHP Framework Codeigniter 3. A complete state-of-the-art integrated library automation system, which is based on industry standards. Reflecting Paradigm’s philosophy of flexibility and ease of use, LCM allows the customer to implement the modules gradually.
Full compliant to ODBC, LCM’s ensures client empowerment. The LCM Library System provides full Unicode support, XML management reports, and API links to other top-tier applications. Three generations of LCM system design, developed over in three years, have produced loyal customers. Since its development, more than five organizations in Pakistan have installed it in different Information Centers and operating well in the robust techology.
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Enables librarians to process users’ purchase requests, to create orders, to generate claims and cancellations, and to record full and partial receipts. Enable librarians to import records from existing bibliographic databases or perform pre-ordering searches against the Cataloguing database for re-ordering purposes, thus reducing the ordering of duplicates. On-line links with the Library Fund Accounting databases enable libraries to track all expenditures.
Allows users to submit terms that can be used by a library system. When a work written by the author is catalogued into the system, a user may search it with specific author, title, subject etc. When used in conjunction with the Cataloguing module, users are able to search for specific information through customised search keys derived from a variety of MARC tags. This mechanism ensures that when a user performs a search, it is possible to obtain consistent results.
Assist libraries in the management of bibliographic information with its locally established data-entry templates. Able to interface with on-line bibliographic databases, modify texts to conform to local cataloguing requirements, and import selected records to LCM database. As such, custom tailored records are produced. Also permits the generation and arrangement of lists, such as Shelf lists and Accession lists, according to the libraries’ needs.
Offers tracking of check-ins, check-outs, renewals, recalls, fine payments, notice productions and reporting functions.
It is a module which allows setup and parametisation of policies and dependencies required by other modules under LCM.
This module is integrated with the Acquisitions and Serials modules respectively which allows transactions from the above mentioned modules to be automatically transferred to the accounting database.
Enables a library to digitise and index its newspaper cuttings, seminar papers, business plans, lecture notes, magazines and journal articles. Users can then access the information via a web browser using WebInfoline.
Enables users to keep abreast with the latest events at the library as well as perform searches via features such as Library Map, Library Messages, Library Information, and Library Calendar. Users can browse through the latest news headlines or books and journals through the Newspaper Headlines and New Arrivals functions respectively. Also has an OPAC function, which permits quick information retrieval, and the sorting and printing of this information. Other facilities include Suggestion Box for obtaining users’ feedback, Patron Enquiry to allow individuals to browse through their personal information, Library Collection and Top 10 listings for librarians.
This module handles ordering, automatic prediction patterns, check-ins, claims, cancellations and reporting functions. Also equipped with Serials search facilities that allow users to search for the Serials’ current and retrospective holdings.
This module shows report of staff, patrons and contents on daily, weekly, monthly and annual basis.
The advent of Internet has made Z39.50 a promising protocol for search and retrieval. The protocol allows Z39.50 servers located anywhere in the world to be searched. Records on those servers can then be retrieved in MARC format for local reuse. Paradigm has developed both the Z39.50 for server and client. The Z39.50 server allows various clients to access into the library's database, while the Z39.50 client allows access to other library's database.
Software vendor will be pleased to offer the technical support to your esteemed organization for installation, maintenance, customization, database migration, work support etc.