Emeryville, CA—Innovative Interfaces, a leader in information technology for libraries, announced that the Brooklyn Public Library in New York has selected the Millennium library automation system.
"We are very proud that the Brooklyn Public Library has chosen Millennium," said Jerry Kline, Innovative's President and CEO. "With the implementation of Millennium, the library will have a Web OPAC that runs in six languages—English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Hebrew, and Russian—continuing the library's strong history of servicing its culturally diverse patron base."
Brooklyn Public Library is an independent New York City library system serving the borough of Brooklyn. It is the fifth largest in the United States. Its Central Library, Business Library, bookmobile, and 58 branch libraries offer free information, programs, and computer access to the borough's 2.5 million residents. The library has over 6 million volumes, a digital collection of over 3,000 images, and an annual circulation of approximately 11 million.