Are you still putting up with a complicated library system?

If so, you'll be looking for a quality library management system that's a pleasure to use and has low training overheads. Stop struggling and free yourself up to help users.

You are our inspiration

We regard our product as your product. After all, you are the people using it every day.

Your ideas

We love to hear your ideas and welcome your feedback. It helps us improve the product for you.

Helping you do your job

Our mission is quality library management software that you can trust to help you do your job efficiently.

99% client retention

We can boast 99% client retention. That's because we look after our clients from the very start and ongoing.

What clients say about us

Don't take our word for it. Read how our clients experience our software and services.
Shoosmiths LLP

Shoosmiths LLP

Aileen Johnston, Knowledge Resources Manager

“Shoosmiths has been using KnowAll since 2007 and we have found it invaluable in keeping track of acquisitions, serials and claims, as well as giving our staff easy access to the library catalogue. We have been particularly impressed by the level of support offered by Bailey Solutions. Our questions are usually answered immediately and they go out of their way to resolve more difficult queries in a timely way with minimum input from our IS department.”

Clarke Willmott LLP

Clarke Willmott LLP

Janis Law, Director of Best Practice and Knowledge

“Clarke Willmott has been using KnowAll for its integrated library management system for a number of years. We really appreciate the responsiveness of Penny and her team. We make suggestions and they take them seriously. In a very short period of time, our suggestions for improvements are generally implemented.”



Vaughan Birbeck, Information Management Support Officer

“KnowAll has been the ideal solution for EMCDDA with all the functionality we need from a library management system, a user-friendly OPAC and excellent support from the Bailey Solutions team. The ability to generate reading lists and bulletins as been of great value to scientific staff.”