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March 4, 2014

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) upgrades to Sierra Library Services Platform. Innovative announced that Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) has upgraded to the Sierra Library Services Platform. The new open-architecture platform will allow them to meet the challenges posed by data and resource-discovery in today's library and information ecosystem. The largest research library in Ireland, it was previously using the Millennium ILS. [Full Announcement].

June 22, 2012

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Innovative's Decision Center sees early adoption. Innovative announced that, since its announcement in late January, 2012, 20 public and academic libraries have become early-stage adopters of Decision Center: a new product that provides automated recommendations to optimize collections, fine-tune services, and budget more effectively than ever before [Full Announcement].

December 10, 2009

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Recent Installations Extend Encore's Worldwide Success. Innovative announced today that De La Salle University (Philippines), European University Institute (Italy), Sheffield Hallam University (UK), Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain), and University of Granada (Spain) are live with Encore Discovery. The Encore customer base currently spans eighteen countries including Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Thailand, the US, and more. [Full Announcement].

October 20, 2008

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) selects Innovative Interfaces to manage and provide access to library collection. Trinity College Dublin, ranked among the top 50 universities worldwide and home of Ireland's largest library, has selected Encore and Millennium along with its fully integrated electronic resource management module to provide access to its extensive collection. Trinity College Library Dublin is the largest in Ireland, holding over four and a half million volumes and provides access to thousands of e‑journals and a quarter of a million e‑books. As a legal deposit institution, the Library receives around 2,000 new publications each week from Ireland and the UK. [Full Announcement].