DES PLAINES, ILLINOIS, Nov. 30, 1999: Endeavor Information Systems announced that a total of sixteen Voyager customers have opted for an NT server solution. The Voyager NT customers are diverse, ranging from academic and theological libraries to specialized research and museum libraries.
"In comparison to other systems, Voyager had what we were looking for," explained Joy Jewett, Assistant Director of the T.J. Jones Memorial Library at North Central University (NCU). "We wanted a smaller system and our campus IT group suggested an NT system. Now the University is exploring a campus-wide NT solution."
The Voyager NT system manages North Central University's unique 75,000 volume collection focused on urban and international ministry. Voyager's ability to search NCU sister schools and the Z39.50 access to libraries with similar collections were important factors in the library's Voyager selection. NCU recently went into production with Voyager NT.
"There is no doubt that NT is a strategic system," explained Verne Coppi, Endeavor's Vice President, Development. "We expect to see it mature and handle larger numbers of users. It is a testament to Voyager's smart design that we can deliver all the capabilities in this environment."
Based in Des Plaines, Illinois, Endeavor Information Systems Incorporated is an employee-owned information technology company formed in September, 1994. Over 600 academic and research libraries of every size have chosen Endeavor's high performance library system. For more information, come to our website at http://www.endinfosys.com