TORONTO, Canada October 15, 2012 Strong partnerships and a vigorous focus on customer service have enabled ITC Systems to develop an innovative wireless printing solution for the Berkeley Public Library, says ITC Systems CEO Campbell Richardson.
Library administration asked us to develop a system that would allow patrons to print wirelessly to any available printer in the branch from their laptops, Mr. Richardson says. We worked with our partners at Konica Minolta to design, implement and install a solution that was easy to use and maintain, and the feedback has been superb.
The Berkeley Library is a technologically focused organization with three branches located in the San Francisco Bay area of California. Two more branches are currently under construction and as they come on-stream over the next few years, they will be equipped with wireless printing capability as well.
In addition to the ITC Systems wireless printing system, the library also uses coin and bill payment devices that ITC Systems manufactures and has installed with great success in other locations around the world.
Libraries have some unique issues when it comes to technology and they are a core part of every community, Mr. Richardson says. The Berkeley Public Library District has been a valued customer for a long time now and were very pleased to continue developing our relationship with staff and administration there. Their work is extremely important.
ITC Systems is an international company specializing in cashless Integrated Transaction Control Systems. The firm designs, develops and implements state-of-the-art cash card management systems on university campuses and in public libraries, government departments, food service environments and other closed institutional settings. With offices in Toronto and St. Louis, and an extensive network of distributors, dealers, agents and service contractors, the organization offers the most flexible and comprehensive online and offline card systems on the market today.