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The Library Corporation


The Library Corporation, a family-owned business founded in 1974, provides affordable Web-based, touchscreen-optimized automation solutions for school, public, academic, and special libraries of all sizes, including some of the busiest libraries in the world.

Headquarters
Inwood, WV
Size
51-200 Employees
Industry
Education

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Description

The Library Corporation, a family-owned business founded in 1974, provides affordable Web-based, touchscreen-optimized automation solutions for school, public, academic, and special libraries of all sizes, including some of the busiest libraries in the world.

TLC backs all its products with an unparalleled level of customer support and assistance.

Our hardware solutions and partnerships with selected vendors will keep your library ahead of the technology curve at prices that are conducive to your budget.

TLC makes your job easier and your customers' use of your library successful. You can depend on it.

Office locations

Inwood, WV, US

Tech stack

Application & data
Java, Spring, AngularJS

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