75 Arlington Street, Suite 500
Boston, MA 02116
CyberTools delivers innovative technology solutions to help librarians and their patrons manage information and materials.
Independently owned since 1986, CyberTools brought years of advanced technology expertise when it entered the library marketplace in 1998. CyberTools for Libraries is a high-end Integrated Library System with integrated A to Z, superb digital resource and print Serials Management, and easy cataloging. Unique and powerful research tools, with elegant product design focused on finely-tuned efficiencies for time-challenged information managers, make CyberTools a great fit for all Special and Academic Libraries.
CyberTools values quality and long term client relationships. Product development is active and ongoing in close partnership with those we serve. CyberTools enjoys a reputation for high integrity products and services, and its community continues to expand, success that relies on the good word of our clients to colleagues.
CyberTools for Libraries users convene during regular free webinars concerning a range of product topics, and meet in conjunction with major library conferences. Virtual User Meetings enable hundreds of users to participate in CyberTools planning and decision making. Free open-forum Q&A webinars enhance structured distance learning programs. The Users Group pin shown is designed by Margaret Vugrin, MSLS, AHIP, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
CyberTools owns these associated service marks and registered trademarks: CyberTools for Libraries, CyberTools, CyberM, CyberBus, CyberWin!, CyberJ, CyTools, and CyberTools logos.
Mark Roux, President, has managed the development of clinical and financial applications, software tools and systems since 1979. Prior to founding CyberTools, Mr. Roux was at the Center for Cost-Effective Care at Brigham & Women's Hospital, a Harvard University Medical School affiliate, and was a consultant to Boston area teaching hospitals as well as a systems consultant to Fortune 500 corporations. He served as a member of the ANSI board governing M Technology, and is a regular speaker at technology conferences. Mr. Roux is a tireless supporter of libraries and an articulate proponent of client-driven digital and physical collections systems design.
Kristin Sen, M.L.S., Client Support and Development, has worked in libraries for 17+ years. She joined the CyberTools team after serving as manager of the largest multiple hospital library system (and CyberTools client) in her state. She has also held a position at an academic library. She is co-author of the article, “Conducting a user-centered information needs assessment: the Via Christi Libraries Experience” published in the Journal of the Medical Library Association, April 2007. She has extensive experience with the evaluation, budgeting and promotion of electronic resources and databases, and with successful grant writing. She is a regular presenter at regional library conferences, is active in her regional MLA chapter, and is on the board of her local public library. Ms. Sen has a B.A. in English Literature from Kansas State University and earned her MLS from Emporia State University.
Sanford Stein, M.S., Consulting Software Developer, has been working in information technology for 25+ years. He was the primary support person for CyberTools for Libraries at the Rush University Medical School Library for 14 years, managing system and database administration, software development and upgrades. Mr. Stein has served as an assistant professor in Rushs Health Systems Management graduate program where he taught Information Systems and Statistics. Mr. Stein majored in math at Northwestern University and has a M.S. in Computer Science from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Lori Roux, Vice President of Operations, has an extensive consulting background that includes capital project assessment, financing, health care market research for industry, and RFP authoring. Early in her career Ms. Roux was an award-winning fiscal manager for a multinational health care organization with a 75-person staff. She has an Economics degree from Northwestern University and a MBA from Boston University.
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