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Facial recognition is largely used in the government, financial, transit, and aviation sectors

Facial recognition is paving its great momentum in the government, financial, transit, and aviation sectors to identify and authenticate individuals. The high adoption of facial recognition in mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops is at the core of stakes. According to Technavio Research, countries such as the US are planning to implement facial recognition systems to improve their airport security.

General contractors look for strong features in construction management software

For those who are unfamiliar, Construction management software is designed for contractors, builders, engineers, architects, and construction managers to complete their projects. Steadily, one can observe that, general contractors look for strong features in construction management software that can help track costs, schedule projects, and manage documents. They invest in the integration of software with accounting and construction management modules such as Sage, Procore, and Primavera.

Rise in demand for library management software from Asia Pacific (APAC)

While its remains clear that, the Americas currently dominate the global library management software market; many sources indicate that, one of the major drivers for this market is rise in demand for library management software from APAC
According to Research and Markets, the growing demand from countries such as China, India, and Japan is expected to propel the market growth in APAC. The firm reveals that, in these countries, more companies are investing in library automation and library management software.

Open source library management software in our ever-connected mobile-driven era

Overall, the most exciting here is to see that, there is an increase in the use of open source library management software. In effect, the implementation of open source library management software is on an exciting curve. Kuali Foundation collaborated with Open Library Environment (OLE) to build an open source library management program. For those who are unfamiliar, Open Library Environment (OLE), which was formed in 2008, is a community of academic and research libraries that work together to build open source library management tools. It is also important to recall that, Organizations that use OLE must set up their own hosting services since OLE provides SaaS offerings only.