In a significant market shift, five libraries in the North and South of Ireland are migrating from their Talis Alto systems to Innovative’s Millennium ILS and Encore discovery services platform. These new libraries include University College Dublin in Dublin, Ireland; Queen’s University Belfast in Belfast, Northern Ireland; and the following three libraries that will share Queen’s University Belfast’s system: Stranmillis University College, St. Mary’s University College, and the Linen Hall Library, all in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Trevor Lyttle, Assistant Director of the McClay Library at Queen’s University Belfast, noted the reasons for selecting Millennium: “The public interface through the OPAC is both attractive and rich in functionality. The system offers a high level of integration across a wide range of functions and we look forward to working with Innovative to ensure the Library at Queen’s University Belfast remains at the leading edge of library development.”
These libraries are the newest members of a growing group of UK and Irish libraries that have selected Innovative products in recent years, including Queen Margaret University Edinburgh, Trinity College Dublin, University of Bradford, and Aston University.
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