Kicking off the 23rd annual Innovative Users Group (IUG) conference on April 14–16 in Minneapolis, officials from Innovative Interfaces announced that the company’s new Mobile Worklists app is now available in the Apple iOS app store. Version 1.0 of the new app enables librarians to use tablets and mobile devices to create and track lists of materials, scan barcodes with their device’s camera, and share lists in the Sierra Library Services Platform (LSP) for real-time updating and editing. More importantly, as the first product developed with Innovative’s multi-tenant, cloud-based “Open Library Stack” (OLS) infrastructure, Mobile Worklists marks a milestone for Innovative.
Some recent news from companies developing library services platforms as well as a listing of ALA programs around these products: Sierra, Intota, Alma, Worldshare Management Services, and Kuali OLE
Innovative Interfaces, the third largest North American library automation company in terms of revenue, announced today that two equity firms had invested in the company.