FMIRO Kolkata partners with L2C2 Technologies to automate their new library.

FOSMA Maritime Institute & Research Organisation (FMIRO) selects L2C2 Technologies’ Koha support

We are pleased to extend a warm welcome to the newest member of our growing client-partner family in Eastern India – FOSMA Maritime Institute & Research Organisation (FMIRO), Kolkata, a maritime training institute. FMIRO Kolkata has gone live on Koha ILS 16.11 series on L2C2 Technologies‘s cloud hosting platform.

About FOSMA

The Foreign Ship-owners Representatives and Ship Managers Association (FOSMA) was established in India in 1989 to represent foreign owners and ship managers operating in India. Taking in to account that the education, training and competence standards of seafarers is of primary concern and priority of all ship managers in India, the Association established a special purpose vehicle – “FOSMA MARITIME INSTITUTE AND RESEARCH ORGANISATION” (FMIRO), as a non-profit organization under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1958 (now Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013).

Source: http://www.fosma.in

This blog got featured in IASLIC’s June 2016 newsletter

It was nice to see IASLIC’s (Indian Association of Special Libraries and Information Centres) Newsletter for June 2016 feature one of L2C2 Technologies blogpost on Koha Integrated Library System‘s version numbering changes. The IASLIC newsletter can be access from here.  See page 5 of 8 under the section “Technology News”.

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Supporting Kerala Library Assn’s new open access journal KJIST

I’m happy to announce that L2C2 Technologies will be working together with Kerala Library Association (KLA), India, for the next 5 years for online publishing, hosting and support of KLA’s new open access biannual journal – KLA Journal of Library & Information Technology (https://www.kjist.in/index.php/kjist). The first issue will be published in Jan 2017. The publishing platform is based on the open source OpenJournalSystem from Public Knowledge Project. ‪#‎OJS‬ ‪#‎KLA‬

I’m grateful to the support of KLA Executive Committee and to my good friend Mr. Venkitachalam Sriram who had worked closely with me at every step to make this possible. And also a big THANK YOU to all our well wishers.

If you represent a non-profit state-level library association wanting to publish an open-access online journal, do get in touch with us for some great offers.