August 3, 2007 -- Emeryville, CA, California State University, Stanislaus in Turlock, California is the latest institution in the CSU system to choose the Millennium integrated library technology platform. The campus library is migrating from a GEAC system maintained by Infor, Inc.
"We began looking at new library technology systems at the beginning of 2006," says Carl Bengston, Dean of Library Services. "I was familiar with the kind of quality product Innovative offers and their great track record at academic libraries in California. When our staff saw it, they were really impressed that all of Millennium's modules were well-developed, up-and-running rather than 'in development,' and would work as a unified whole in terms of functionality and 'look and feel.' Other ILS systems are not as well integrated."
Innovative began serving libraries in the CSU system in the early 1980s. To date, 18 of 23 of its campuses are running Millennium.
About CSU Stanislaus
CSU Stanislaus offers baccalaureate degrees in the liberal arts, sciences, business and education, as well as teaching credentials, master's degree programs, and other professional studies. The University is composed of the College of the Arts, College of Business Administration, College of Education, College of Human and Health Sciences, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and the College of Natural Sciences. For more information about CSU Stanislaus, go to http://www.csustan.edu.
About Innovative Interfaces
For over 25 years, Innovative Interfaces has dedicated its energies to meeting the needs of libraries and the challenges of library automation. The company has fulfilled this mission with first-rate services and products such as the Millennium integrated library platform, the INN-Reach direct consortia borrowing solution, Electronic Resource Management, and the Encore discovery services platform. Today, thousands of libraries of all types in over 40 countries rely on Innovative's products, services, and support. The company is located in Emeryville, California with offices around the world.