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RFID and Self-service Makes for Smooth Sailing for
Lake Geneva Public Library

Lake Geneva Public Library

When it comes to beauty, it’s hard to find a spot as idyllic as Lake Geneva Public Library in Wisconsin. The library was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright protégé James Dresser and is situated to provide patrons with stunning views of the lake and the surrounding landscape.  A few years ago, the library installed RFID and self-checkout to help streamline service. As part of the RFID project, Lake Geneva also installed two RFID-enabled self-service checkout stations with EnvisionWare’s X11 kiosks and OneStop™ software.

Today, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Library Director Emily Kornak and team rely on RFID and self-service more than ever. These services help minimize face-to-face interactions between staff and patrons and enables the library to quarantine and process materials to get them back on the shelf safely and as quickly as possible.

EnvisionWare Webinar Invitation - RFID Solutions

Join EnvisionWare for a series of RFID webinars and learn how you can implement or upgrade your RFID system for prices that will surprise you and packages that may cost less than what you’re currently paying in maintenance.

EnvisionWare Small Library Edition Video

Good Things Come in Small (Library) Packages

In challenging times, communities turn to the library to provide valuable services, including access to computers and printers. EnvisionWare has put together a subscription package priced to put computer and print management, including mobile printing, in reach for small libraries.

EnvisionWare Tablet Station Antibacterial Screens

Tablet Station Antibacterial Screens Now Available

The Tablet Station powered by Hublet is now available with optional antibacterial protective screens to offer an added measure of patron and staff safety. The Tablet Station is a smart choice for libraries looking to expand use of their digital collections and enable social distancing through self-service.