Verus Solutions, Hyderabad

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Jan 31, 2013 (4 years and 2 months ago)

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NewGenLib (NGL)


New Generation in Library Automation and
Networking







Verus Solutions, Hyderabad

Corporate Profile


NGL is supported by a strong team of


Developers


Quality Assurance professionals


Customer support engineers


Trainers (Masters in Library Science)



Channel partner network through out the globe


Providing IT Services to Food and Agriculture
Organzation of the United Nations and other
global corporates

NGL vision


Empower the libraries to offer the best services
to its users


Enable the librarian to manage the library
efficiently through


Best practises


Following global standards

Milestones


1600+ satisfied Libraries across the globe


8 Abroad installations


14 Universities in India


2 International research organizations


Corporates


Media and Political parties


Public libraries and Special libraries


20000+ downloads within 16 months


NGL users growing everyday

Salient features


Freedom



Open source software available
under GNU General Public License


Functional modules are
completely web based.

Uses Java Web Start


Technology


Compatibility

-

Complies with international
standards


Affordable

-

Uses open source components


Scalable, manageable and efficient

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Salient features


OS independent

-

Windows and Linux flavors
available


Internationalized application

(I18N) Example


Unicode 3.0 complaint


Arabic version available


Easy extensibility to support other languages


Data entry, storage, retrieval in any (Unicode 3.0)
language

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Salient features


RFID integration


Networking


Hierarchical and Distributed
networks


Automated email/instant messaging integrated
into different functions of the software


Customizable OPAC interface


Form letters are configurable and use XML
-
based OpenOffice templates

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Salient features


Extensive use of set up parameters enabling
easy configuration of the software to suit
specific needs, e.g., in defining patron privileges


Supports multi
-
user and multiple security levels


Allows digital attachments to metadata

Salient features


Support for
International Standards


MARC
21


Bibliographic data


Bibliographic record data structures designed for
MARC
21
formats


Import and Export in ISO
2709


Import and Export in MARCXML


MARC
21


Authority files


Authority files data structures designed for MARC
21
formats


Import available in ISO
2709

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Salient features


Support for
International Standards


MARC
21


Holdings


Holdings data structures designed for MARC
21
Holdings.


Z
39.71


Holdings statement display


MODS
3.0


Bibliographic records can be exported in MODS
3.0

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Salient features


Support for
International Standards


ISBD


Record display and punctuations as per ISBD


OAI


PMH (Digital libraries)



Allows harvesting (manual) from external
repositories


Create Open archive collections, and items, search
the repositories and also act as data provider


Metadata formats: MARC XML, DUBLIN CORE,
MODS
3.0
and AGRIS AP

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Salient features


Support for
International Standards


SRU/W


Federated search engines can search bibliographic
databases using this protocol


Query language: CQL (Common Query Language),
bench marking Level 1 compliance


Profiles used: BATH, and DUBLIN CORE


Metadata standards: MARC XML and MODS 3.0

Architecture

Technologies used


J2SE


Swing


J2EE


Servlets


JSPs


Struts framework


EJB


JBoss Application
Server


Open Office


Jakarta POI


Jasper Reports


Hibernate


Java Mail


XCQL


CQL
parser(open source)



Postgresql


XML
-

JDOM

Functional modules

Application

Server

Acquisitions

Technical

Processing

Serials

Management

Circulation

Administration

OPAC

Database

Server

NewGenLib

Desktop

(Reports)


End Of Day

Process

(Scheduler)


Acquisitions


Support for online requests by users


Modes of acquisition supported


Firm orders


On
-
approval purchases


Standing orders


Solicited gifts


Unsolicited gifts


Exchange
-
triggered acquisitions


Management information reporting to enable
better decisions in acquisitions management

Cataloguing



Cataloguing data
-
entry using 3 different
templates


Simple


General


MARC21


Import of MARC records from sources such as
OCLC or from free MARC download sites on
the web, e.g., LOC


Access to ten Authority Files during data
-
entry
and catalogue database searching

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Cataloguing


Attachments enable access to internal and
external digital content, e.g., multimedia, web
-
based resources, scanned images, and full text
digital documents


Virtual keyboards for multilingual data entry


Possibility for entry of data for analytics (journal
articles, book chapters).


Option to add an item to the digital institutional
archive. Such records become searchable via
the OPAC and also become available for
harvesting by others.

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Cataloguing


Automatic validation of entered cataloguing
data using authority files


Context
-
sensitive help using MARC and
AACR
-
II standards during cataloguing data
-
entry


Cataloguing data
-
entry possible in Arabic, and
Indian languages


Catalogue search by several keys incl. phrase,
any, or all terms plus the possibility of applying
search limits


Catalogue record displays/downloading
possible in different formats, e.g., MARC
records, citations, labeled output, MARC
-
XML


Online Public Access Catalogue
(OPAC)



Patrons have browser
-
based access to the
library’s or the Library Systems’ LAN/Intranet
or web
-
based catalogue database


Extensive search, retrieval, display, print,
email, download and formatting options for
patrons


Citation or tabular display


Labeled Text format


MARC Tagged


ISO 2709


MARC XML


Dublin core

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Online Public Access Catalogue
(OPAC)




SDI Profiles


A Google
-
like search interface in addition to
basic and advanced search options


An Expert search interface for defining and
executing complex searches by information
specialists


Users can define their SDI profiles online that
are executed at user
-
defined intervals. Output
to them sent via email

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Online Public Access Catalogue
(OPAC)



Library staff interact with patrons via instant
messages when a user logs
-
in to the OPAC or
via email


OPAC can be configured

with an Institution’s
home page


Librarians/Information Managers access
statistics of OPAC usage

Circulation


Library
-
configurable parameters to enable the
setting of a wide range of circulation options,
fines, user privileges, etc., needed in different
library environments


Rapid charging, discharging, renewal via
barcode readers; reservation operations,


Built
-
in traps for delinquent users, reservations,
etc.,


Inter
-
library transactions supported


Binding management; inventory management

Serials Management


Integrated management of serials
subscriptions, registration, cataloguing and
binding


Rapid registration of incoming serials using a
Kardex
-
like interface


Batch and on
-
demand claiming for missing
issues


Management Information reporting for better
serials management

Implementation services

Requirement

Analysis

Data migration

Services

Installation and

Commissioning services

Training Services

Advanced training program

Customer support services

Email based support

Telephone based support

On
-
line Chat and

Voice chat support

Support Engineer

in
-
person Visit

Customer

Support

Contact details

Verus Solutions Private Limited,

Hyderabad AP, India

Email:
sales@verussolutions.biz


info@verussolutions.biz

Phone: +91 40
27719161
/2/3, 3242 2232,

3240 6537

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