Emeryville, CA. The National Aerospace Institute (INTA) of Spain, located inMadrid, has chosen the Millennium library automation system from Innovative Interfaces to replace its incumbent Techlib system. The institute joins a growing number of libraries in Spain that has installed Innovative's Web- and Java-based Millennium system.
Fernando Mérida, INTA's Grey Literature Unit Head, said, “Millennium is a robust, user-friendly product with more than enough applications to meet our library's needs. Our staff and patrons will have many customizable options and most importantly, Millennium has new developments on the way that are both easy to implement and will increase the value of an already-rich system.”
“We are delighted that the National Aerospace Institute has joined our growing list of Millennium libraries in Spain,” said Maryvonne Enjolras Iberian Library Consultant at Innovative. “Millennium's rich functionality, Web-based technology, and commitment to internationalization make it the logical choice for this forward-looking institution. Our new partnership reinforces just how well-suited Millennium is for technical and Spanish-language libraries.“
INTA, founded in 1942, conducts research and development within the fields of space and aeronautics. The institute library houses a complete collection of INTA-published books and technical reports. It also includes a vast array of related documents and periodicals which is comprised of several thousand books, subscriptions to over three hundred titles, and an extensive technical report collection from NASA, ESA European Space Agency), the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and other research institutions.
Innovative Interfaces (www.iii.com) is a leader in providing Web-based automated library systems. Innovative's library automation systems are installed in thousands of libraries in 29 countries around the world. The company is headquartered in Emeryville, California, with offices in Australia, Canada, France, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, and the United Kingdom.