May 22, 1997. Innovative Interfaces announced today that four additional Colorado university libraries have signed contracts to install the popular INNOPAC system. These library systems are the University of Denver, the University of Denver Law Library, Auraria Library and the University of Northern Colorado. Each will operate its own separate INNOPAC server located on its campus.
According to Nancy Allen, Dean at the University of Denver, "INNOPAC was the logical system of choice and has proven to be a success for other universities in Colorado that migrated to an Innovative system over the last few years." Other university libraries in Colorado operating INNOPAC systems include the University of Colorado at Boulder, the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and Colorado State University.
"This new partnership between Innovative and these major universities in Colorado is a great fit," said Bob Walton, Executive Vice President and CFO of Innovative Interfaces. "The INNOPAC product is very well-suited for libraries committed to resource sharing and other cooperative projects. With over 20 years of experience working together towards a common set of goals, these institutions have established themselves as leaders in technology and vision. Innovative looks forward to some of the exciting projects that we will collaborate on in the coming years."