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Three North Carolina universities upgrade to Sierra Library Services Platform

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The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem), and the University of North Carolina Wilmington have all selected the Sierra Library Services Platform, and will migrate from Innovative's Millennium ILS. Their libraries hold 370,900; 110,000; and 962,717 volumes respectively.

'The UNC campuses have been long-term partners of Innovative, and we are excited that these three libraries made the decision to take advantage of Sierra's features such APIs and integrated book and e-resource management,' commented SVP of global sales Christopher Le Blanc. 'Sierra has had notable successes in the academic library market this year, from both existing customers and new libraries. We look forward to serving these libraries as they chart their technology future and adapt to an ever-changing technology landscape.'