June 25, 2014 -- Emeryville, CA. Innovative announced that 18 Sierra Library Services Platform systems representing 19 libraries have gone live in the most recent four-week period. These libraries in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America include those upgrading from Innovative's Millennium ILS, as well as migrating from Horizon, KohaŠ, and Symphony systems.
Recently live on the Sierra Library Services Platform are:
- Bob Jones University (SC)
- Cape Fear Community College (NC)
- Davidson Community College (NC)
- Christopher Newport University (VA)
- Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)
- Clark State Community College (OH)
- Escondido Public Library (CA)
- Federal Reserve Banking System (MN)
- Mountain Library Network (WV)
- Murdoch University (Australia)
- Ohio Northern University (OH)
- Santa Clara University (CA)
- South Texas College of Law (TX)
- St. Thomas Aquinas College (NY)
- State Library of Ohio (OH)
- Touro College of Law (NY)
- University of Arkansas Community College (AR)
- University Francois-Rabelais de Tours (France)
- University of Wyoming (WY)
"Over the last year, we've consistently brought several libraries live on Sierra every single week," says Christopher Le Blanc, SVP of Global Sales. "This trend is continuing and shows the broad appeal of Sierra across the world and across library types. We are pleased to see that this latest group includes existing customers and new customers migrating from various competing solutions. Sierra is a truly next-generation ILS because of the depth of functionality it offers, and the flexibility it has to adapt to an ever-changing technology landscape in the future."
Innovative (www.iii.com) is dedicated to providing leading technology solutions and services that empower libraries and enrich their users worldwide. Innovative offers one of the broadest and most complete portfolio of library automation products on the market today. Headquartered in Emeryville, California, Innovative serves thousands of libraries in 66 countries and has offices around the world.