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Follett’s Newest Product ‘Destiny’ Introduced to ASLP Librarians May 21, 2008

Posted by quelly in Cataloging, Library Automation, Philippine libraries, Trainings & Events.
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The Association of Special Libraries of the Philippines held a three-day seminar with the theme “Collection Development for a Financially Challenged Library” last May 7-9, 2008 at Hotel Supreme, Baguio City.

The seminar aims to provide librarians with knowledge on new techniques and strategies for acquiring library resources, approaches for augmenting the resources, and how to become more responsive to the needs of the library.

EISI which has been helping librarians in leveraging the use of technology, once again came as an exhibitor to further establish professional relationship with librarians and to promote Destiny, Follett’s newest product.

Destiny is a totally web-based library automation and educational asset management software for consortia and multiple campuses. It centrally manages library materials, textbooks, instructional media and fixed and portable assets Campuses using all Destiny solutions simultaneously benefit from consolidated reporting and seamless sharing of patron data across all modules

Destiny’s solution provides benefits of a browser-based system to manage resources centrally. It allows deployment of the entire system or selects modules that answer the pressing needs of the institution.

EISI booth at ASLP manned by EISI personnel. Shown above are Axel Cabarles (Sales Supervisor) and Engr. Snooky Ignacio (Luzon-Sales Engineer).

ASLP participants at the Hotel Supreme, Baguio City

EISI Sales Supervisor, Axel Cabarles entertains queries on Follett’s
Destiny during the presentation.

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