INTERDOCS is our DOCUMENT DELIVERY module

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WE HAVE INSTALLED INTERDOCS FOR MANY LIBRARIES AROUND THE WORLD

 

Why not contact a library with a similar profile to your own and ask them how they find their Interdocs document delivery solution?

Koha is an open source Integrated Library System (ILS) used by libraries of all kinds: public, educational, special, corporate and governmental.   It is used by thousands of libraries around the world.

Koha's sophisticated modules include:

* Administration/ Management Facilities for Special Library Operations
* Online OPAC
* Patrons
* Robust ataloguing system (MARC-based, supports Z39.50, with the option to fetch entries from Libraries Australia directly)
* Searching
* Circulation system (including self-checkout option)
* Acquisitions, Budgeting & Serials Management
* Reporting
* Library 2.0 facilities (tags, suggestions, Amazon & Google's book jackets)

We added: A-to-Z e-list for your Electronic Journal Collections / Integration with e-library

We can import from MARC format records or other sources (for example from a spreadsheet or a tagged export file) through a range of conversion / import functions we developed that allow us to merge different data sources and avoid duplication of bibliographic items in the resulting catalogue.

Some of the Koha Library Systems we implemented in Australia are shown below.  THOUSANDS OF LIBRARIES AROUND THE WORLD ARE USING KOHA.

Sydney | Melbourne | Brisbane | Adelaide | Canberra | Darwin

 

 

 

About Interdocs

Interdocs is an intranet application used by registered clients/ patrons to request and track requested journal articles, books, multimedia, research or other inter-library loan requests from and to your library, and track its fulfillment status.
Interdocs is a specialised document delivery system developed by Prosentient Systems to provide the full workflow management of your document delivery service, including journals, books and other resources.

It has a client submission interface, self registration and integration with Koha and our Interlibrary loans services.

How does it work?


  • When a request is made for an item not held by the library, the workflow is handled by the document delivery module.
  • If the library has an inter-library loans agreement with another library or libraries, the document delivery module is used to raise, receive, process, track and report on Inter-library loan requests.
  • It also provides the functionality for the librarian to process the request. This includes the ability to recognise and manage clients, review and process their requests, create and manage inter-library loans suppliers, review and process requests from other libraries and generate management reports and statistics.

Interdocs integrates closely with our inter-library loan networks: GratisNet, GLASS, QShare, LILLI, q-LILLI, Tranzinfo and ALIES. Requests can also be placed thorugh other inter-library loan networks.

When Interdocs and Interloans are used together, patrons are are presented with a unified catalogue of journal holdings from participating libraries.

Additionally, if Interdocs is being used in conjunction with the Koha LMS, single sign-on is supported through Koha and book loans can be tracked through Koha's circulation system.


Our Library Systems Mission

Build, integrate and manage efficient and sustainable systems.
Innovate in functionality, design and building technology, tailor-suiting them to the needs and preferences of each library.
Assist and advice librarians and staff with all levels of technology expertise.
Use the best available open source components and our own integration systems to create well-rounded solutions.


Interdocs comes with the following basic features:

    - Client request forms for placement of ILL and research requests
    - Inbound inter-library loan processing and tracking
    - Tracking of requests
    - Reporting and statistics
  • - Sign on through intranet or single sign-on through Koha
  • - Recognition of patrons and their inter-library loans within Koha
  • - Integration with GratisNet, GLASS, GLINN, QShare, LILLI, Tranzinfo and other Intersearch document delivery networks

Advanced features include:


  • - A simple, configurable client request form

  • - Customisation of client communication proformas & templates

  • - Integration with Libraries Australia, GratisNet and similar inter-library networks

  • - Detailed statistics and reporting





See the Interdocs document delivery system in action. Contact us to obtain a test login for our demonstration system.



Case Studies


Koha, Interdocs and GratisNet in Northern Territory Health

The Northern Territory’s Health Library Network signed up for Prosentient System’s document delivery system and were impressed with the after sales service.  “We found Edmund to be very good to work with” explained Resources Management Librarian, Ruby Lindberg.  “No matter how many times we rang he was always patient and helpful.  After sales service and support is very important to us because we don’t have the technical in-house knowledge of the applications to do it ourselves”.  Their good experience with Interdocs soon led the library to join GratisNet, and then to take up the hosted Koha Library Management System.



DSpace: Australian Open Access Support Group

In this case study published by the Australian Open Access Support Group, Gemma Siemensma, Library Manager at Ballarat Health Services, describes the thinking and processes behind the introduction of their DSpace repository



Koha and DSpace in the NSW Parliamentary Library

When the Parliamentary Library of New South Wales began using Koha as its Library Management system and DSpace as its digital repository, the staff didn't do so to make a political statement about the viability of open source software. “This was just the software that fulfilled our requirements,” said Deborah Brown, Parliament’s chief librarian.

While having a physical collection, NSW Parliament library's lifeblood is digitized news media. Through their parliamentary copyright exemption they reproduce and store dozens of articles each day for the use of the Members of Parliament (and their staff) who make up their user base.


... more Case Studies


Who We Are


We are an IT company that builds, integrates and manages efficient and sustainable systems. We innovate in functionality, design and building technology according to the client needs and preferences. Assist and advice clients with all levels of technology expertise. Use the best available open source components and our own integration systems to create well-rounded solutions.

Contact Us


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