I can help you with that. A Library Management System (LMS) is a software that provides the ability to find books, manage books, track borrowed books, manage fines and bills all in one place. It helps the librarian manage the books and books borrowed by members and automates most of the library activities. An LMS is essentially a relational database customized for use in running a library and supporting its operations. It is an enterprise resource planning system for a library, used to track items owned, orders made, bills paid, and patrons who have borrowed.
There are several library management systems available. Some of the popular ones include:
– Polaris ILS: A comprehensive library management system.
– Follett Destiny Library Manager: A library management system that includes Destiny Analytics collections management and analytics, and Destiny Discover resource search tool.
– Springshare: A library management system.
– Sierra ILS: A library management system.
– EBSCO Stacks: A library management system.
– Apollo ILS: An Integrated Library System (ILS).
– EBSCONET Subscription Management: A subscription management system.
– Ex Libris Alma: A unified library services platform for managing print, electronic, and digital materials in a single interface.
– Liberty Library Management Software: A library management software.
Please note that this list is not exhaustive. There are many other library management systems available in the market. You can explore more options based on your specific requirements.