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September 26, 2011

SkyRiver SkyRiver sees gains in Academics. Interest in SkyRiver from academic libraries is strong. Several academic libraries, small and large, have chosen SkyRiver for their cataloging services since early summer. Recent additions to the SkyRiver customer base include Alma College (MI), Cameron University (OK), Rhode Island College (RI), San Francisco State University (CA), Utah State University (UT), as well as ARL member, the Kelvin Smith Library of Case Western Reserve University (OH). This interest across a broad swath of the academic library community reflects the growing recognition that SkyRiver provides an excellent resource for cataloging metadata as well as significant savings. [Full Announcement].

October 6, 1997

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Two more California State University Campuses join INNOPAC CSULink system. San Francisco State University and California State University Long Beach announced that they will join the CSULink Consortium. The Consortium uses the INNOPAC "INN-Reach" software from Innovative Interfaces Inc. to operate the CSULink union catalog and interlibrary-loan software to promote the sharing of collections among the students and faculties of the member institutions. [Full Announcement].

September 12, 1997

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. INNOPAC Millennium now speaks Arabic. Arabic, added at the request of the American University in Cairo, joins six other non-Roman character sets on the INNOPAC Millennium menu: Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Korean, Hebrew, and Cyrillic. [Full Announcement].

April 15, 1997

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Innovative reports record 1st quarter sales. Innovative Interfaces announced record sales today with more than 20 signed contracts during the 1st quarter of 1997. More than 50% of the contracts signed during this period represent migrations from other systems. [Full Announcement].