Providing libraries in Ireland with technology based solutions to meet their digital library, self-service and stock management requirements.

While 2CQR Ireland is a wholly owned Irish company, we have significant partnerships with global companies such as PV-Supa, 2CQR UK,  Nedap and Hublet. In particular the PV-Supa and 2CQR Ireland partnership allows us to provide a comprehensive range of Library solutions. We consistently bring the most innovative products to the Irish library sector, such as our Smallest Branch product and our Hublet Tablet Docking Station. Over the last 10 years 2CQR Ireland have gained significant experience in the installation of self service library systems. 2CQR Ireland are PSA audited and approved.

Our product portfolio also includes Self Service, Security Systems, Book Sorters, Open Library technologies, Library audit tools and Library consumables including a range of EM tape and RFID tags. Our Engineers are all Library Specialists and are recognised in the industry as experts in their field. We have a professional and friendly approach to business and we would be delighted to discuss your proposed library requirements. For further information, you can contact Brendan Dempsey, email: brendan@2cqr.ie or Donal Byrne, email: info@2cqr.ie

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Thursday, May 6th, 2021

Lyngsoe Systems A/S Library Business Unit has acquired Finnish-based P.V. Supa and its related companies in UK (2CQR) and US (P.V. Supa Inc.) to form a global leader in Library automation.

This is good news for 2CQR Ireland’s customers, because it increases the range of products currently available and also increases the 2nd line and manufacturer support available.  2CQR Ireland has to-date enjoyed the support of both 2CQR Limited in the UK,


Monday, January 4th, 2021

January 4th 2021

Now library users can access 2CQR Kiosks with a remote control feature, controlling kiosks with their own smartphone. This way the customer is only touching their own phone and the material they are lending or returning.

  • Functions as a digital library card
  • No hardware needed
  • No maintenance costs
  • No need to download any app
  • Reduces the need for disinfection
  • Prevents Infections

Here’s how it works:

  • The customer scans the QR code with their smartphone
  • A website will open
  • The customer types in their library card number and PIN code
  • The customer can then choose a function on the smart phone
  • The self service unit GUI responds to the selections on the phone
  • The smart phone will function as a self-service remote control

Please contact us on 01-4299462 if you require any further information.

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