For the last several years our library/archives has used an Intuit (the Quicken people) database product called Quickbase to document all of our reference requests. The system in an on-line database. We liked the system, because it is extremely easy to generate slick-looking graphical/tabular/etc. reports on our activities, which we can present to senior management. Unfortunately, our IM/T staff has decided that the information we need to include in the database must be maintained on our local servers and cannot "live" on an outside system. I spoke with Quickbase about purchasing a local license, but it is way too expense ($20k-plus).
Can anyone recommend a system they use to track and report on reference activity? We already use Access for a few applications, but we would like something that is a little more flexible. Thanks in advance.
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