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Concord Public Library Chooses Millennium

Press Release: Innovative Interfaces, Inc. [June 5, 2003]

Copyright (c) 2003 Innovative Interfaces, Inc.

Abstract: Innovative Interfaces announced that Concord Public Library in Concord, New Hampshire has purchased the Web- and Java-based Millennium system.


Emeryville, CA—Innovative Interfaces, the leading supplier of Web-based library automation systems, announced that Concord Public Library in Concord, New Hampshire has purchased the Web- and Java-based Millennium system.

“Millennium was chosen by the Concord Public Library for its strong functionality and for its obvious ease of use,” said Patricia Immen, Concord Public Library's Director. “We wanted to have a fully integrated system to consolidate many separate programs currently in use. We especially look forward to implementing the acquisitions and serials control modules. Innovative Interfaces has a strong reputation for quality and we are confident the system will offer us a variety of new features and enhancements that will be enjoyed by both our staff and our patrons.”

The Concord Public Library, founded in 1855, serves the 40,000 residents of New Hampshire's capital city. A staff of 27 full-time employees maintains a collection of 150,000 items. In addition to books and magazines, there are over 3,000 videos, 4,000 compact discs and cassettes, 1,000 spoken word titles, and 6,000 large print books. The Children's Room was recently renovated with funds raised by the Concord Public Library Foundation, creating a new computer center and inviting cozy spaces for storytime. Annual circulation is approximately 300,000.

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Publication Year:2003
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:June 5, 2003
Publisher:Innovative Interfaces, Inc.
Place of Publication:Emeryville, CA
Company: Innovative Interfaces, Inc.
Products: Millennium
Libraries: Concord Public Library
Subject: System announcements -- selection
Online access:http://www.iii.com/news/2003/pr_060503.shtml#article
Record Number:10410
Last Update:2012-12-29 14:06:47
Date Created:0000-00-00 00:00:00