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Press Release: Innovative Interfaces, Inc. [April 29, 1997]

Southern California Law libraries sign contract with Innovative for new INN-Keeper service

Emeryville, CA, April 29, 1997 Innovative Interfaces announced today that both Western State University College of Law located in Fullerton, California and the Thomas Jefferson School of Law located in San Diego, California have signed a joint contract for Innovative's new INN-Keeper service. INN-Keeper, one of Innovative's latest product offerings, allows libraries to use the popular INNOPAC system without purchasing hardware or software licenses. By installing and loading a local server in its Emeryville headquarters, Innovative is able to offer libraries a service contract for remote access to their databases utilizing all of latest INNOPAC functionality.

According to Patricia Luthin. Catalog Librarian at Western State University College of Law, "Innovative is able to provide the University a solution that is not only affordable, but also offers all of the sophisticated INNOPAC software installed in many of the larger law libraries throughout the country. Since all students on campus have access to laptops. Innovative's Web-based OPAC which provides linking to an unlimited number of URL's in the cataloging records students will now have access to a wide range of materials in the library and on the Internet".

"Innovative is very enthusiastic about offering this new service," says Jerry Kline, Innovative Interfaces' President and CEO. "This is another example of how Innovative is committed to working together with the library community to develop new ideas and creative solutions. INN-Keeper provides many smaller libraries the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of automation without the expense of hardware, software licenses and ongoing maintenance." Kline went on to say that, "Western State University College of Law and Thomas Jefferson School of Law are great candidates for this new service. Their automation budget was very limited, but they still required a wide-range of functionality that Innovative offers to all of its larger library customers."

Innovative Interfaces is one of the world's leading providers of library automation systems to academic, public and special libraries. Innovative's INNOPAC library automation system is installed in more than 600 libraries in 18 countries around the world. Innovative Interfaces is headquartered in Emeryville, California.


Summary: Innovative Interfaces announced that Western State University College of Law and the Thomas Jefferson School of Law have signed a joint contract for Innovative''s new INN-Keeper service. INN-Keeper, one of Innovative''s latest product offerings, allows libraries to use the INNOPAC system without purchasing hardware or software licenses. By installing and loading a local server in its Emeryville headquarters, Innovative is able to offer libraries a service contract for remote access to their databases utilizing all of latest INNOPAC functionality.
Publication Year:1997
Type of Material:Press Release
LanguageEnglish
Date Issued:April 29, 1997
Publisher:Innovative Interfaces, Inc.
Place of Publication:Emeryville, CA
Company:
Company: Innovative Interfaces, Inc.
Products: INN-Keeper
INNOPAC
Libraries: Western State University College of Law
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Subject: Application service provider (ASP)
Permalink: https://librarytechnology.org/pr/7954/southern-california-law-libraries-sign-contract-with-innovative-for-new-inn-keeper-service

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