Delve into our background: Browse through a selection of our projects based on our skills and see some of the innovative software, applications and web services we have created for and with our clients. We develop for many platforms and work with Windows, UNIX, Linux and OS X servers.
The Dutch National Library service (now part of Koninklijke Bibliotheek, formerly Stichting Bibliotheek.nl) aims to give everyone free and easy access to information, knowledge and culture. Dutch libraries have the most complete and extensive collection of titles available in the Netherlands. Since January 2014, users have also been able to borrow and read e-books on their mobile devices. (more…)
The Netherlands Public Library Association promotes the interests of its members, including management of its flagship Literatuurplein web site (Literatuurplen.nl). At the start of the project BSL completely rewrote the software and improved the underlying database using high-performance search technology. We added new features to make the site even more user-friendly. Our journey didn’t end there – we have since added many different content types, creating a unique title database, and a custom CMS designed specifically for the Public Libraries editorial team. The site now provides web services and title information to many libraries throughout the Netherlands. (more…)
NBD Biblion aims to provide its customers with up-to-date and accurate information about every new publication as quickly as possible after it appears. To this end, BSL developed the Media Information Production System (MIPS), providing NBD Biblion with a comprehensive custom-made title registration- and production system.
NBD Biblion’s MoM (More over Media) system is a publication platform for title data and additional information, based on BSL’s FRS asset management system for managing and publishing large numbers of multimedia documents. Numerous library systems make use of MoM and FRS, with public libraries being the largest user. (more…)
As a result of our expertise and the success of the Boekbalie (Book Repository) development, NBb asked BSL to develop a series of web services for exclusive use by its own members, giving them direct access to information available in the database underlying the Literatuurplein and Book Repository sites… (more…)