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"I just wanted to send you a HUGE thank you for teaching us so much about using Drupal and helping us creating such a wonderful website. I was thinking how far we have come as a staff in working with the new website. Now it is SO easy to add, change and move around content on our site – it is really a JOY to work on it. Thank you!" - a satisfied Library Director

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ServerLogic Announces Library Web Connect V2.0

ServerLogic released Library Web Connect V2.0 on January 3, 2012.   The latest version of Library Web Connect was built on Drupal 7 and represents a significant simplification in the process of authoring, publishing, and managing library websites.    "We removed the issue of having to engage a developer to make most changes to your site,"  said Todd Tomlinson, Vice President of ServerLogic's Drupal Consulting Practice.   "After working closely with library's over the past four years we found that the primary issue facing libraries was the lack of staff to effectively maintain their sites, especially when the changes required support from the technology team at the library.  We removed that barrier in Library Web Connect 2.0 so that non-technical staff can expand, modify, and manage your site."

Another significant change is our approach for helping libraries build their websites.  In the past we focused on gathering every detailed requirement, every menu item, every page layout, and every piece of content that was going to land on those pages at the start of the project.  The issue was that most library staff have not though through every detail of their site.   We found that in the past that as we build out library sites that the requirements frequently and consistently changed resulting in delayed launch dates and stress on library staff.   Our new approach focuses on deploying our Drupal 7 based platform and then focusing on training library staff on the details of how to construct pages, menus, and content on your new site.   This significantly lowers the cost of deploying a new library website and also results in a solution that can be launched faster.

Flexibility and ease of use are key attributes of our new platform, for additional information please download the presentation from the link below (PDF File).   To schedule a demonstration please contact Kathryn Evans (email).

 

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