Tag Service

Tag Service is a software designed to optimize and facilitate the execution of routine tasks of a librarian. RFID equipment integration into the library will be fast and convenient with Tag Service.

This software determines the unique number of the RFID labels, allowing to enter information about a book or e-reader's ticket in the ILS.

Features

1

Detailed
information about the book when reading

2

Cataloging of the book collection

3

Mass change of EAS bit

4

Programming labels using the ISO "Danish model"

Fast and comfortable transition from the barcode Tag Service software provides the easiest transition from barcode to RFID technology

Tag Service is a modern librarian's workplace

Tag Service software can work with all ILS working on the SIP 2 Protocol: IRBIS, OPAC-Global, MARK-SQL, VIRTUA, Megapro, Ruslan and many others.

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