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 === Gloucestershire & Swindon === === Gloucestershire & Swindon ===
  
-From the [[https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert?​advertId=29d505bd-a66d-e911-80f7-005056b64545|invitation to tender notice]] (May 2019)  Provision of a Library Management System\\+From the [[https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert?​advertId=29d505bd-a66d-e911-80f7-005056b64545|invitation to tender notice]] (May 2019) Provision of a Library Management System. Estimated contract dates 02/09/2019 to 01/09/2025\\
 "The Library Management System (LMS) is the main ICT system used by Gloucestershire County Council (“GCC”) and Swindon Borough Council (“SBC”) to deliver statutory Library Services within their defined remits and localities. Each authority’s incumbent system manages millions of transactions each year via the LMS and cannot operate efficiently without optimised LMS in place. The overall purpose of the LMS is to store, process and manage all stock and customer data regarding transactions,​ membership and ordering and presently manages the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) processed for stock from ordering to quotes and receipt confirmation. The Supplier System shall enable each authority to deliver an LMS solution via Software as a Service and is a managed solution maintained by the Supplier. The Supplier System must allow GCC and SBC to operate separately with different policies and distinct configurations"​. "The Library Management System (LMS) is the main ICT system used by Gloucestershire County Council (“GCC”) and Swindon Borough Council (“SBC”) to deliver statutory Library Services within their defined remits and localities. Each authority’s incumbent system manages millions of transactions each year via the LMS and cannot operate efficiently without optimised LMS in place. The overall purpose of the LMS is to store, process and manage all stock and customer data regarding transactions,​ membership and ordering and presently manages the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) processed for stock from ordering to quotes and receipt confirmation. The Supplier System shall enable each authority to deliver an LMS solution via Software as a Service and is a managed solution maintained by the Supplier. The Supplier System must allow GCC and SBC to operate separately with different policies and distinct configurations"​.
  
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