Powering special libraries across the world
Flexible enough to cater to a diverse range of requirements and environments, Accessit is powering special libraries and business organisations across a wide range of sectors in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, the Pacific, Australia and New Zealand – here are just some of them:
- Kippenberger Research Library – National Army Museum, New Zealand
- Leicestershire County Council (Creative Learning Services)
- Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand
- Monaghan Institute of Further Education and Training, Ireland
- New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER)
- Shakespeare’s Globe, London
- Skylight Trust, New Zealand
- South Pacific College of Natural Medicine, New Zealand
- Worldview Centre for Intercultural Studies, Australia
Flexible and configurable
Accessit is flexible enough to handle everything from small, specialist collections to complex multi-dimensional libraries. It enables you to equip your staff, clients or members with tools to access their own knowledge base, as well as external information sources.
Catalogue and access all kinds of collections from the very old, to the cutting edge. In a single search, users can access books, eBooks, PDFs, electronic documents, podcasts, websites, online digital content, subscriptions, video, audio, archives, and more.
An affordable solution for libraries big or small, Accessit is a single, all-inclusive package. After your initial purchase, your annual subscription provides you with future updates and new versions at no additional cost, and friendly support is always there when you need it.
“I asked on the NZ-Libs for advice on affordable options and several special libraries suggested Accessit, as an affordable system with great customer support.”
Kim Higginson, Information Resource Specialist, Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand, NZ
“As with any new software contract, we were keen to ensure we received prompt, high-quality technical assistance and advice. This is where the relationship with Accessit has proved very strong.”
Brian Kennedy, Manager of Creative Learning Services, Leicestershire County Council, UK