Handy Library Manager, a Windows-based software for small school libraries (schools, education institutions, elementary schools, colleges, universities, school districts, academies, learning centers, training centers).
Our library automation system is a perfect choice for small churches, temples, religion institutions, synagogues, missions, ministries. Our software brings together easy-to-use and flexible library management features.
Handy Library Manager provides all features for non-profit organizations: non-profit organizations, foundations, government departments, museums, army/military divisions, clubs, and associations.
Set your business or corporate library with our library system. Easily manage textbooks, technical books, manuals, documents, tutorials. Expand the system and organize inventory of your office equipment with full check in and check out features.
Handy Library Manager provides all library features for small communities, correctional institutions, detention centers, associations, centers, and clubs. Library automation utilizing your PC computer does not have to be expensive.
Our system does not require major investment in hardware and software. With very low budget you can start transition into an automated library (small public, county, society, village, city, tribe libraries).
You only need PC with Windows 10, 8, 7, XP, Vista, or Windows Server to organize your library.
Automation of your small library is very achievable with our affordable library system for Windows. Access to your library data and library materials will be highly increased to all your library patrons. Automation allows your library staff to catalogue material, process circulations, create resource usage and trend reports. A successful implementation of our tracking system will help you to reduce loss and damage to all your library collections.
What is our definition of a small library?
What is NOT our definition of small library software?
The department in which I work has a small-to-medium sized lending library. I would like to learn more about some of your software package options to see which option might be the best fit. What would be the functional difference between having the following options:
1. Software for 1 PC ($345)
2. Software for 1 PC & up to 5 PCs (+$95)
3. School License (+$200)
For some background information, we would like to have one person with their desktop computer be the primary "librarian" with options for other trained staff (approximately 2-4) to use the system when the librarian is unavailable. It would be nice if the other trained staff could access the same library database & check-in/check-out feature from their own laptop computers, but that would not be necessary. It also would be nice if non-librarian staff could search the library catalog to learn what items we have in our inventory, but that would not be necessary.
Which options above would allow which levels of functionality?
If all library users access the software on the same computer then select option 1. If all library users access the aplication from their desktop or laptop computers then select option 2. or 3.