LEID Products, pioneer of advanced access control systems, will be displaying its tamperproof electronic lockers for the library industry at the 2018 ALA Conference in New Orleans, LA June 21-26, 2018 in booth #3949

Auburn Hills, MI & New Orleans, LA – June 7, 2018 LEID Products, LLC, the leader of electronic locker and cabinet storage with biometric asset protection and control, today announced it will be exhibiting at the 2018 American Library Association (ALA) Conference and Exhibition. The ALA Conference will be held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA June 21-26. On the exhibition floor in booth #3949, LEID products will display its Access.it Library System.

LEID Products Access.it Library System is being used by libraries across the U.S. in innovative ways to improve the scope of their offerings and outreach within their community. The Access.it Library System electronic lockers offer a cost-effective solution for libraries looking to expand operations and provide patrons with the option of self-service, around-the-clock, remote access to library materials. LEID’s Access.it Library Systems have been installed in a variety of locations including outside library branches to extend hours, or in remote, convenient locations within a library’s community, such as grocery stores, gas stations, public transportation sites, or community centers.

Pickering Public Library of Pickering, Ohio, had its first Access.it Library System installed back in July of 2015. Tony Howard, Director of Pickerington Public Library comments on the library’s success using the system over the years saying, “The addition of 24 hour pickup lockers has been a welcome enhancement to our services here at the Pickerington Public Library. In fact, they have been so popular we had more lockers installed just to help meet the demand.” He goes on to mention, “Due to their popularity, we are talking with other non-profit organizations about installing lockers at their offices.”

Dr. Ron Critchfield, Director Jessamine County Public Library, comments with similar success saying, “The LEID – Access.it Library units are among the sturdiest built library products we’ve purchased in the last decade. In fact, we have two locations going strong at ten years of age and just upgraded a third location with new units because we needed more space.”

The American Libraries Association Conference brings together up to 25,000 librarians, authors, publishers, business professionals, educators, students, and exhibitors from around the world who are passionate about books, libraries, and shaping the future of the industry. During the conference, ALA, the oldest and largest library association in the world, hosts around 2,500 scheduled events that are aimed toward encouraging and facilitating attendees in conversation around a wide range of library- and professional development- related topics.  To register, visit: https://2018.alaannual.org/

About LEID Products:

LEID Products, LLC provides patented biometric, access-controlled electronic locker and cabinet storage. Our storage closes the accountability loop by pairing biometric access with RFID asset tracking. Originally founded to assist police departments in securing weapons and equipment, LEID products are utilized wherever efficiency, accessibility, and accountability are needed for inventory. Government agencies, courts, airports, hospitals, and businesses use this system to secure critical assets such as documents, laptops, medical supplies and other valuables. Access.it Library Systems are built with keypads or card readers. Libraries nationwide use these systems for self-service, 24/7 pick-up. The Biometric Access Control Systems (BACS™) hold three U.S. Patents. For more information and demonstrations of our products, visit http://www.leidproducts.com.



Georgia H. Whalen