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Texan university library picks Millennium

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The James G. Gee Library at Texas A&M University-Commerce has chosen the Millennium integrated library system from Innovative Interfaces. It will migrate from a SirsiDynix Unicorn system that was installed in 2002.

'We found that libraries of our size and type were quite satisfied with Millennium, commented systems librarian and webmaster Marsha Keenan. 'For a small staff in systems and technology, such as ours, you need full library functionality without a programming team to keep it going and move it forward. You also need features like robust reporting without specialised training, eight-inch-thick instructions, or constant patches and updates.'