Libraries look for productivity gains and improved workflow in utilizing label maker solution

Sewickley, PA - 02/24/05
- InfoWorks Technology, leading provider of labeling solutions and automation software for libraries, today announced the continued growth of its large InfoWorks Label Maker user community, with the addition of over 30 libraries who have recently selected and implemented Label Maker into their operations. The new users are a mix of academic, public, research, and K-12 libraries, including Federal Reserve Bank Research Libraries, FCC Library, Albany State University, Albany County Public Library, Anchorage School District, Bermuda College, Benedictine College, Uxbridge Public Library, Orange Coast College, Thelen Reid & Priest, Anoka County Social Services, Lake Park Public Library, and Seton Hall Law School.

“As library budgets are increasingly challenged by reduced funding, libraries must find more efficient methods to accomplish the many everyday tasks within their operations, as they strive to maintain or enhance their service level to patrons,” said Jesse Song of InfoWorks Technologies. “We find that libraries are more proactively searching for and embracing productivity-impacting software tools such as Label Maker to achieve their service and operational objectives.

About Label Maker

Label Maker is a very popular software solution from InfoWorks Technology’s Librarian’s Toolbox Software offerings. It is utilized by many of InfoWorks’ library clients to automate and streamline their catalog labeling processes. Libraries respond favorably to Label Maker’s user-friendly interface and support for all standard label formats, making it very easy to use while increasing productivity. Label Maker (for laser printer) is powerful and versatile label printing software specially designed for library label printing. It works with OCLC Connexion, Passport for Windows, CatME, and other library systems, including DRA, NOTIS, Innovative Interfaces, SIRSI, and Dynix. Label Maker is able to take label information directly from these systems; no manual entry is necessary, eliminating input errors that may mislabel a library’s resources. It takes full advantage of the excellent print quality of laser printers, and produces labels with supreme quality. InfoWorks Technology Company has over 10 years of experience with providing label design and printing solutions for various system environments.

About InfoWorks Technology

InfoWorks Technology Company is a premier information technology solution company, serving libraries with automation software for more than a decade. Hundreds of public and academic library clients utilize InfoWorks’ Librarian's Toolbox solutions to automate and streamline operational processes for improved workflow and productivity. Software solutions include label design & printing, training, cataloging, OPAC management, Internet content management & filtering, and others.

InfoWorks Technology is based in Sewickley, Pennsylvania. More information on InfoWorks Technology and its industry-leading products can be found at

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