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Bob Walton Joins Innovative Interfaces Inc.

Press Release: Innovative Interfaces, Inc. [October 15, 1992]

Berkeley, California. Jerry Kline, President and C.E.O. of Innovative Interfaces Inc. announced today that Bob Walton will join the management team of Innovative as Executive Vice President. As Executive Vice President, Walton will serve as Innovative's Chief Financial Officer, including responsibility for Marketing, Sales and Administration. Walton is well-known to librarians as an automation specialist, having served as a librarian, automation consultant, writer, library school faculty member, and, most recently, as President of CLSI, Inc.

"Innovative has grown dramatically during the past few years, and is now recognized as one of the leading providers of automated systems for libraries", stated Kline, "and for some time we have been looking for just the right person to further expand our senior management team. Innovative has worked successfully with Bob on a variety of projects, and when we learned that he was available, we saw an opportunity to strengthen Innovative by bringing him on board. His knowledge, library experience and talent will complement the strong Innovative management team already in place."

"I am very excited about the opportunity to play a role at Innovative", said Walton. "After leaving CLSI I explored a number of career opportunities. Having been involved in the library automation industry for years, I have always viewed Innovative with respect as a company with an outstanding product and a responsive and progressive service organization. I look forward to making a substantial contribution toward Innovative's continued growth."

Innovative Interfaces is one of the leading suppliers of automated systems for university, college, public and special libraries. Its fully integrated INNOPAC system includes modules for acquisitions, serials, cataloging, the public catalog, circulation, reserves, management information and reference databases. The INNOPAC system is in use in more than 300 major libraries throughout the world, and each year approximately 50 additional libraries choose INNOPAC as the system for their library.

Mr. Walton received his M.L.S. degree from the University of Texas at Austin, and subsequently served on the faculty of its School of Library and Information Science. For many years he was the Senior Automation Consultant for the Texas State Library, following which he was President of Walton Bridge Consulting Inc. During his career he has worked on approximately 200 separate automation projects involving over 700 libraries.

For additional information, please contact Jamie Hurley at Innovative, telephone 510-644-3600.

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Publication Year:1992
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:October 15, 1992
Publisher:Innovative Interfaces, Inc.
Place of Publication:Emeryville, CA
Company: Innovative Interfaces, Inc.
Subject: Executive appointments
Record Number:7961
Last Update:2023-12-05 07:57:21
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