After using the Millennium/Sierra ILS for more than 30 years, UC Berkeley Law Library implemented the TIND cloud-based Integrated Library System, becoming the third U.S. academic institution to adopt the new ILS. Library Journal reports “in collaboration with [the law library] TIND completed the development of a new, launch-ready acquisitions and serials module as part of its initial contract. The system is integrated with GOBI real-time acquisitions, supporting payment exports to UC Berkeley’s central enterprise resource planning system, and the EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS), enabling users to search catalog holdings and electronic resources using a single interface.” — Joe
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