Vendor survey results for BISAC, SISAC, and EDIFACT, 1998

Kranch, Doug
December 1998
SISAC News;Winter98/Spring99, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p10
Presents the results of a survey of library automation vendors in the United States and Canada as of Spring 1998. Implementation of standards; Applications in the ordering and invoicing of library materials; Effect on client demand for the service.


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