DES PLAINES, ILLINOIS, USA Jan. 14, 2000 - Endeavor Information Systems Inc. announced today Princeton University, an ARL member, has chosen the Voyager integrated library information management system to replace their current NOTIS system.
Princeton's libraries include the Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library and 18 special libraries, including 15 department collections. The Princeton libraries support 6,000 students and 1,000 faculty researchers with 6 million books, 3 million microforms, 36,000 linear feet of manuscripts, 30,000 periodicals in 52 languages. Some of Princeton's special collections include Western Americana, the Gest East Asian Collection, the Morris L. Parrish Collection of Victorian Novelists, the Robert H. Taylor Collection of English and American Literature, the Howard Behrman Collection of American Literature, the Miriam Y. Holden Collection on American Women, and the Junius Spencer Morgan Collection of Virgil.
"At Endeavor, we continue to take pride in Voyager's success with academic and research libraries, particularly ARL libraries like Princeton University," commented Jane Burke, Endeavor's President and CEO. "Our top priority is to continue to provide the best library information system available for the changing needs of our academic and research library customers. With a campus-wide commitment to teaching and research, Princeton has made a solid decision to choose the smart design of Voyager."
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, visit Endeavor at http://www.endinfosys.com