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  • LISWire: LibLime Koha Selected by The American Craft Council

    March 29th, 2011LISWire aggregatorLISWire

    Bethesda, MD - March 28, 2011 - The American Craft Council in Minneapolis, Minnesota has contracted with LibLime to migrate to Koha, the premiere open source ILS for libraries.

    Migrating from their legacy InMagic system, the Council will join LibLime’s growing family of special libraries. The Council has selected LibLime to perform all of their implementation services including professional project management, data migration, system configuration, staff training, and will help the Library brand and customize their web site.

    LibLime will also provide the Council with conversion services and has been contracted to convert their non-MARC data into MARC format. Further, LibLime will provide annual maintenance, support and hosting in our distributed computing cloud platform.

    About the American Craft Council
    The American Craft Council is a national, nonprofit educational organization founded in 1943. The mission of the Council is to ‘champion craft’ by promoting the understanding and appreciation of contemporary American craft. The ACC has four main programs: a national craft show circuit, a magazine, an awards program, and educational initiatives including access to a world class, on site library (Information courtesy of the American Craft Council website,

    About LibLime, a division of PTFS
    LibLime, a division of PTFS, is the global leader in professional Koha support. LibLime’s robust staff of programmers, data specialists, librarians, system administrators and project managers, provides first class consulting, implementation, data migration, training, development, and maintenance/hosting services for Koha in libraries of all types and sizes. PTFS is the developer of the world’s leading digital content management software, ArchivalWare, and also specializes in library staffing requirements, digitization, and systems integration. For more information, see or or

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