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Comprise technologies software offered by 3M library systems

3M Europe : 24 June, 2007  (Company News)
As a convenience to libraries, 3M Library Systems now makes popular Smart Access Manager software from Comprise Technologies, Inc. available for sale to its customers, it was announced at the American Library Association
“This extra service expands the depth and breadth of products 3M offers our customers globally,” said Rory Yanchek, business manager, 3M Library Systems. “Smart Access Manager is a favorite among public libraries and can be complementary to the other productivity and security solutions we offer libraries, so it makes sense to offer SAM along with our own products.”

SAM provides Web-based administration of library PCs, and enables staff to access data, record payments, view computer activity, log customers on and off, send messages, extend sessions and shut down PCs, all from their own desks.

“We are particularly excited about the opportunity to offer our products in new markets with 3M and look forward to making our mutual customer’s technology investments a success,” said Dan Curtin, company president, Comprise Technologies, Inc.

3M Library Systems, a global leader in library innovation for more than 35 years, provides security, productivity and information management solutions that harness technology to enable a more human library, freeing librarians to spend more time doing what they do best, helping people. 3M also partners with libraries to support their technological advancement and ensure their success through numerous industry sponsorships and programs.
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