Hello there, I am interested to speak to someone about these products, specifically, what QuickDoc offers that DOCLINE does not, and vice versa. A bit of background below. I suppose my question is whether or not both systems are still needed. Thanks much, Michelle Fiander, MLIS According to the QuickDoc web site : The QuickDOC program is designed to aid hospital librarians with administrative tasks associated with the borrowing and lending of journals between libraries through the DOCLINE® interlibrary loan system. From the Docline website, "Electronic Funds Transfer System has virtually eliminated the need to create invoices and write checks for reimbursement for interlibrary loans and document delivery between participants. Among the advantages are monthly detailed transaction based reports, the ability to handle variable charges and the ability to handle non-DOCLINE transactions. NLM participates in the EFTS for billing DOCLINE libraries for NLM-supplied documents., use and cost information is available and distributed to user libraries routinely.