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January 23, 2013

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Decision Center Launches at Public and Academic Libraries. Innovative announced that Decision Center, a new collection-management solution that provides actionable recommendations to libraries, has been implemented at several libraries including Jefferson County Public Library; Tulsa City-County Library; and University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Decision Center's key features include showing library staff where to weed or expand collections, providing guidance for effective spending and staffing, optimizing collections to reflect community demand and usage, and maximizing item-availability for faster service. [Full Announcement].

July 7, 2011

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Early agreements for the Sierra services platform announced. Innovative announced that 25 leading academic and public libraries have entered into agreements to be partners in or early implementers of the company's Sierra development initiative. Included in the group are collaborating institutions such as Central Arkansas Library System (AR), Council Bluffs Public Library (IA), Gardner-Webb University (NC), The George Washington University Law School (DC), Greene County Public Library (OH), Grinnell College (IA), Hillsdale College (MI), Hope College (MI), Indianhead Federated Library System (WI), Jefferson County Public Library (CO), Lafayette College (PA), London Public Library (Canada), Marquette University (WI), Mentor Public Library (OH), Michigan State University (MI), Middle Country Public Library (NY), Texas Southern University Law (TX), University of Nebraska-Lincoln (NE), University of Notre Dame Law School (IN), Wright State University (OH), and Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale Law School (CT). [Full Announcement].

January 19, 2007

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Second wave of partners join Encore development. Innovative announced that the Jefferson County Public Library (CO), Miami University (OH), University of Western Ontario (Canada), and Wright State University (OH) have joined with the company as development partners for Encore, the new library services platform that unites content, community and discovery. With the addition of these four public and academic libraries, the total number of development partners expands to eighteen. [Full Announcement].

June 29, 2006

Bibliotheca Bibliotheca partners with Colorado's second largest library system to provide RFID technology. Bibliotheca RFID Library Systems has partnered with Jefferson County Public Library to provide RFID conversion of its entire floating collection of more than one million items, which circulate through its ten libraries and a Bookmobile. [Full Announcement].