July 14, 2014
(Innovative Interfaces, Inc.) Innovative announced that 13 Sierra Library Services Platform systems have gone live in the most recent two-week period.
July 24, 2013
(Innovative Interfaces, Inc.) Innovative Interfaces, Inc. announced the Sierra Services Platform has shown accelerated growth in 2013, already surpassing the total number of new library systems added in all of 2012.
September 22, 2008
(Medialab Solutions) Twenty-five new academic, public, school and special libraries have purchased AquaBrowser recently, joining the nearly 400 libraries that have implemented AquaBrowser, the original discovery platform offering visual, faceted searching that connects to any data source and integrates with any automation system. Academic libraries that recently selected AquaBrowser include Bates College (ME), Bowdoin College (ME), Central Michigan University (MI), Colby College (ME), Rice University (TX), University of Houston at Victoria (TX) and Washington University (MO). Public libraries that chose AquaBrowser recently include Brevard County Library (FL), Columbia County Rural Library District (WA), Mt. Prospect Public Library (IL), MARINet Consortia (CA) Plymouth Public Library (MI), Skokie Public Library (IL), St. Charles Public Library (IL), and Worthington Libraries (OH).Other libraries that chose AquaBrowser this quarter include the US Army Fort Bragg Library (NC), Spring Branch Independent School District (TX), Brooklyn Law School Library (NY), Centre for International Governance Innovation (Canada), Sistema Bibliotecas DUOC UC (Chile), Box Hill Institute (Australia), Fort Saskatchewan Public Library (Canada), Strathcona County Library (Canada) and Universidad Externado de Colombia.
December 15, 2005
(Innovative Interfaces, Inc.) Innovative announced the completion of 150 installations of Electronic Resource Management at academic, public, and special libraries worldwide. The most recent group of installations includes Bowdoin College, Cal Poly Pomona University, Concordia University, Dartmouth College, Deakin University (Australia), and San Jose''s Martin Luther King Jr. Library. Electronic Resource Management enables these libraries to manage e-journal holdings more easily than ever before.