RFID in Libraries


RFID RFP online

Filed under: — Laura @ 8:39 am

The Kent District Public Library has posted their RFP for RFID (scroll down past the fold).

Speaking of the RFP process, there is a new tool in the works which may make this task a bit easier for libraries. openrfp.com has an automatic RFP generator which is free to libraries. From their mission statement:

We do this by developing and maintaining a database of functional descriptors for library operations and technical processing, linking them to vendor product capabilities using a structured vocabulary. Libraries can examine vendor software capabilities against their specific needs.

The say they’re vendor neutral. OpenRFP makes its profit by taking a percentage of any signed contract. They currently don’t have many vendors participating, however. It’s one to watch as it may prove useful once it reaches critical mass.


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