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September 23, 2010

Atlas Systems, Inc. Atlas Systems Announces 50th Ares licensee. Atlas Systems, the leading provider of time-saving solutions for libraries, announced today that strong third quarter sales have helped the Ares Reserves Management Software reach the milestone of fifty licensees. Recent contracts include Simmons College, Wake Forest University, Ryerson University, and Colorado State University. The Ares system automates library reserve services and provides robust copyright management, integration with a variety of e-Learning environments, and the ability to accept a wide variety of file formats. [Full Announcement].

June 25, 2005

Endeavor Information Systems, Inc.. Newly-released Endeavor Meridian already in implementation at 17 libraries. Endeavor Information Systems announced that 17 libraries are currently in the process of implementing Endeavor Meridian, the electronic resource management system which entered general release on June 1st. Furthermore, two libraries Princeton University and the London School of Economics are currently in daily production use. [Full Announcement].

January 24, 2003

Endeavor Information Systems, Inc.. Endeavor Partners With Wake Forest University For Linux Implementation Of ENCompass. Endeavor Information Systems announced an exclusive development partnership with the Z. Smith Reynolds Library of Wake Forest University to develop a Linux version of ENCompass. [Full Announcement].

September 12, 1998

Endeavor Information Systems, Inc.. Wake Forest Libraries to use Voyager information system. Wake Forest University signs contract to implement Voyager from Endeavor Information Systems for its three campus libraries. [Full Announcement].

July 23, 1998

Endeavor Information Systems, Inc.. Endeavor adds 26 new customers during 2Q98. Endeavor Information Systems announced that 26 new academic and research libraries purchased the Voyager library automation system during the second quarter of 1998. This brings the total number of customer contracts to 154 serving over 284 libraries. [Full Announcement].