Choose your LiBRARYSOFT Version


Pick the best plan that meets your Library's needs. A free trial is available to help you with the decision-making. See the Q&A below.

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LiBRARYSOFT

$395


License for a single Library.

  • Includes OPACinternet
  • Includes LiBRARYSOFT
  • Includes AutoCataloguing
  • Support & Upgrades are optional
  • Includes LiBRARYSOFTWeB single library
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Add a Library

$249


License to Add another Library.

  • Includes OPACinternet
  • Includes LiBRARYSOFT
  • Includes AutoCataloguing
  • Annual Fee
  • Database
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MsSQL Vr

$595


License for a single Library.

  • Includes OPACinternet
  • Includes LiBRARYSOFT
  • Includes AutoCataloguing
  • Support & Upgrades are optional
  • Includes LiBRARYSOFTWeB single library
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LiBRARYSOFT Questions & Answers


How many Items and Patrons can I enter?

Millions of items and Patrons can be entered, essentially as many items as your storage media can handle.

What happens at the end of my trial?

After the end of your trial should you wish to purchase we would provide download links for the latest live Build along with access to the upgrade site and Training Video Download site. Hard copy of the software and manual can be shipped at your request for $28.

What Modules are included and type of data can be entered?

LiBRARYSOFT includes the following modules Catalog, Circulation, OPAC, OPACinternet, LiBRARYMaP, Serials, Scheduling, Reports, Labels, MARC, Security, Inventory and Administration. You can store regular library data along with the entire content of a book (300 + pages of text), MARC data, Lexile data, Ebook data, websites, OLE linked data, sound files, video files and pdfs.

What is included?

All the LiBRARYSOFT Modules, plus the AutoCataloguing for automatic acquisition of data, free hosting of a copy of the data file on our servers (optional as OPACInternet/Intranet is included) and LiBRARYSOFTWeB for a Single Library. Note that LiBRARYSOFTWeB does not require internet access and can be used on a Network by treating it as an Intranet.

Do I need Internet Access?

No, you can run on a single machine or even on a server with no internet access.

What is the difference with the MsSQL Version?

The MsSQL Server version is for Libraries that already have MsSQL server installed on their Server.

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