After a successful installation of new self-service and book sorting equipment at both the Sydney Jones and the Harold Cohen libraries we decided to host an open day in order to showcase these products to our current access control customers as well as potential new customers.
Leading the event was Telepen’s Sales and Marketing Director and University of Liverpool’s Account Manager, Alan Elkes. Alan has been working with the University of Liverpool for many years and was delighted to have won the tender to supply the university with their self-service equipment.
Roy McCready, Systems Manager at the University of Liverpool, provided an introduction for the day and along with Niall Rowe, Systems Officer at the University of Liverpool, provided a demonstration of both the Lyngsoe Sorter and the FE Technologies Self-Service Kiosks. Both Roy and Niall are extremely pleased with how the installation went and feel the new equipment will have a positive impact in the library.
The installation included:
The Sydney Jones Library included four self-service stations, book security gates, a circulation assistant and a 9 way sorter.
The Harrold Cohen Library included two self-service stations, book security gates, a circulation assistant and a 5 way sorter
Also speaking at the event was Henrik Kjeldgaard, Business Unit Director at Lyngsoe Systems. Henrik was on hand to answer questions on the Sorter but to also give a talk on IMMS, Intelligent Media Management System. IMMS is a new product based on chaotic storage management which we are discussing with our customers. After the presentation the feedback was mostly positive with all expressing that they found it very interesting.
Overall the day was a success and we were pleased to see everyone who attended there. For anyone that was unable to attend we would be happy to discuss other opportunities to see the equipment in a live environment or provide a personal demonstration of the self-service kiosk.
If you have any questions or would like further information please get in touch.