ChazLib Library Management System

chazlib logo2ChazLib is a database solution designed to meet the changing needs of modern libraries combined with flexible management tools. It provides sensitive, easy-to-use and functionally sophisticated solutions to automate various activities of libraries.

Why ChazLib?
This question is very crucial with regard to present-day library management. A library is a bounteous treasure house of varied knowledge. It plays an essential role in enlightening and enriching the hearts and minds of users. The thirst for knowledge is increasing day-by- day. Moreover “library users are now customers who demand, choose and select from information resources”.
However, the ever increasing number of resources like books, periodicals, CD-ROMs and the varied natures of users’ demands create chaos in library. Therefore, an effective solution for library management becomes vital.
In this scenario, ChaLib presents unmatchable solutions to automate various activities of libraries. Now, with ChazLib all library information is just a click away.
While considering the innumerable benefits avail using ChazLib, the initial cost and effort become insignificant against a fully automated library environment.

Vibrant Features

  • Gives New Dimension to Cataloguing
  • Makes Housekeeping Procedures Easy
  • Keeps Track of all Library Activities
  • Powerful Search Engine
  • Multiple Filter Options
  • Automated Serial Control
  • Multiple Statistics and Report Generation
  • Generates Spine and Barcode Labels
  • Barcoding
  • Multi-User Application

ChazLib is now with MARC
MARC is the acronym for Machine-Readable Cataloging. It defines a data format that emerged from a Library of Congress-led initiative that began nearly forty years ago. It provides the mechanism by which computers exchange, use, and interpret bibliographic information, and its data elements make up the foundation of most library catalogs used today. MARC became USMARC in the 1980s and MARC 21 in the late 1990s.

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