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NDSU chooses Millennium

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North Dakota State University (NDSU) Library has selected Innovative’s Millennium ILS to update its user experience and streamline staff workflows. The Library has also selected the integrated My RSS Feeds and Feed Builder products to publish timely information to its users.

‘Our biggest reason for moving to Millennium is to create a better user experience,’ said Jeremy Brown, director of the Library's IT division. ‘We want our web-presence to act like a real service and Innovative's products fit in very well with that. Adding features or products to WebPAC Pro will add value to what we do and improve the overall user experience. We were impressed with WebPAC Pro implementations at other academic libraries and we look forward to customising our online catalogue.’

‘We're also pleased that Millennium requires significantly lower IT involvement than our previous system. And the overall out-of-the box experience for technical services staff looks really good and will streamline our workflows considerably,’ said Brown.

NDSU library is replacing an Ex Libris Aleph 500 system and will be pilot-testing Millennium for the Online Dakota Information Network (ODIN).