July 26, 1977
Santa Fe Public Library chooses Innopac. The Santa Fe Public Library chose INNOPAC from Innovative Interfaces as its library automation system. Last month the Las Cruces public library announced INNOPAC will be its first automated system. [Full Announcement].
June 24, 1997
Innovative and Blackwell's announce agreement to implement EDIFACT. Innovative Interfaces, Inc. and Blackwell''s Book Services announce that they have reached agreement to implement EDIFACT transmissions. This will represent the first implementation of EDIFACT for both companies. [Full Announcement].
May 22, 1997
Colorado University libraries sign contracts with Innovative. Innovative Interfaces announced that four university libraries in Colorado have signed contracts to install the INNOPAC system. Each campus, including the University of Denver, the University of Denver Law Library, Auraria Library and the University of Northern Colorado, will operate its own separate INNOPAC server located in each facility. [Full Announcement].
August 31, 1995
Las Cruces, NM Public Library acquires INNOPAC. The Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, the public library for Las Cruces, New Mexico will soon begin installing its first automated library system -- INNOPAC from Innovative Interfaces. [Full Announcement].
August 22, 1995
Howard University's Law School adopts INNOPAC. The Allen Mercer Daniel Law Library at Howard University has made its first foray into the world of library automation by adopting Innovative Interfaces'' INNOPAC library automation system to replace its manual system. [Full Announcement].
August 17, 1995
Monterey Park, CA. becomes first public library to acquire Chinese, Japanese, Korean language modules. The Bruggemeyer Memorial Library in Monterey Park, CA. has become the first public library in the U.S., to acquire Innovative Interface''s Chinese, Japanese, Korean language software as part of its INNOPAC library automation system. [Full Announcement].
July 31, 1995
Innovative Interfaces announces World Wide Web server. Innovative Interfaces, Inc. now offers a World Wide Web server software that integrates with INNOPAC. Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, B.C. has become the first INNOPAC library to install the new server software. The INNOPAC Web server software will also be installed at the 3.9 million volume University of Missouri Library. [Full Announcement].
July 26, 1995
University Of Missouri installs INNOPAC on all campuses. The University of Missouri has chosen Innovative Interfaces'' INNOPAC Library Automation system to replace its own proprietary system. [Full Announcement].
May 28, 1991
Innovative Interfaces offers booking module. A materials booking module is now available with the Innovative Interfaces INNOPAC system. The booking module accepts reservations for library materials (books, films, phonograph records, etc.), equipment (projectors and VCRs), and facilities (meeting rooms and classrooms). Innovative now offers the online catalog, circulation, acquisitions, serials control, and booking modules. [Full Announcement].