July 21, 2016 -- Emeryville, CA. Innovative Interfaces, a leading provider of library automation software that empowers libraries globally, is delighted to announce that four more library partners have gone live on Sierra. These successful implementations include three libraries who have migrated from Millennium, and one library who has joined the MOBIUS consortium in Missouri.
Throughout the United States, these Innovative library partners include:
- The Louis L. Biro Law Library at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois, migrating from Millennium to Sierra;
- The Peter Jay Sharp Library at Manhattan School of Music in New York, migrating from Millennium to Sierra;
- The Holy Cross Libraries at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, migrating from Millennium to Sierra;
- The D'Angelo Library at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in Kansas City, Missouri has joined the MOBIUS consortium on Sierra. They are part of the Kansas City cluster.
"Every week, Innovative library partners go live on our solutions and experience endless opportunities to better serve their users, fulfill their strategic plans, and take full advantage of our latest technologies to implement effective workflows," said Marina Keating, Senior Vice President, Services and Customer Support at Innovative. "We are proud to partner with libraries every step along the way—when they first join the Innovative family, and when they invest in new versions of our software."
For more information on the Innovative solutions to ensure library success, visit the Innovative website.
Innovative (www.iii.com) provides leading technology solutions and services that empower libraries and enrich their users worldwide. Innovative offers one of the most comprehensive portfolios of library automation products on the market today, serving academic, public, national, corporate and special libraries and consortia. Headquartered in Emeryville, California, Innovative has a global presence—serving thousands of libraries in 66 countries and offices worldwide.