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EISI Joins DACUN Conference in Davao City September 16, 2008

Posted by rosetti in Cataloging, Library Automation, Philippine libraries, Trainings & Events.
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Davao Colleges and Universities Network (DACUN) – Library Committee and Mindanao Alliance of Educators in Library and Information Science (MAELIS) held its 2nd Phil-BIST (Book, Information Science and Technology) Conference and Fair last August 13-15, 2008 at the Philippine Women’s College, University Avenue, Juna Subdivision, Davao City.

This year’s theme is ” Emerging Landscape, Mindscape, and Netscape of the Philippine Books, Information Science and Technology for Quality Services” with the objective of providing an annual venue where professors, information managers and specialists, government planners, private sector advocates, and industry players, for the participants to exchange professional agenda that will improve the educational and academic landscape in Davao, the Mindanao region and the Philippines, in general, towards transforming higher education institutions with a cutting-edge in this globally competitive knowledge society.

Electronic Information Solutions, Inc. (EISI) came as an exhibitor for its products and services on this event. EISI promoted Destiny, Follett’s newest product for library automation. 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.
See photos below.

Ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Sr. Bernardita L. Robles, RVM
Director of Libraries, University of the Immaculate Conception (Follett CirCat User) and Ms. Amelia Bonifacio, VP-COO of Philippine Women’s College of Davao

Shown at EISI booth is Mr. Rodenio Enriquez (EISI Sales Representative Vis-Min Region) with Ms. Josielyn Nemeño, Head Librarian of Brokenshire College (Davao)

Shown above is EISI Sales Supervisor Mr. Axel Cabarles during the presentation on Destiny, Follett’s newest product.

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