Dynix automated library systems

The world’s largest supplier of library automation systems with European offices in France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and the UK.
Dynix sell two library management systems – Horizon (client/server) and, Dynix (host-based). Both have GUI or terminal interfaces. Dynix also sell other products and services for database enrichment, interconnectivity, and on-line and CD-ROM databases.


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