Emeryville, CA—Innovative Interfaces, a leader in information technology for libraries, is pleased to announce that the Library System of Lancaster County in Lancaster, Pennsylvania has chosen Innovative’s Millennium to replace its Galaxy system.
"We chose Innovative Interfaces because they offered us a library automation system best suited for our needs and a technological vision in tune with that of the Library System," said Bill Hudson, Technology Manager at the Library System of Lancaster County.
"The purchase of MAP (Millennium Access Plus) and the XML Harvester will give the Library System a significant advantage in managing access to information resources; Millennium offers users unique functionalities unparalleled in the industry," said Jerry Kline, Innovative’s President and CEO. The Lancaster Area Library started in 1759 with the collection of the Juliana Library Company, the library of William Penn’s daughter-in-law. The library is the fourth-oldest public library in America.
The Library System of Lancaster County is a federated system composed of thirteen member libraries, a Central Resource Library, a bookmobile, and a County Prison Library.