An early December acquisition caught the information community by surprise, but tech guru Marshall Breeding was on top of the story:
Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, has signed an agreement to acquire Innovative Interfaces, Inc. Innovative will become a business unit within Ex Libris and its products will continue to be supported and enhanced.https://t.co/97VTZdQy72#LibTechNews pic.twitter.com/eeks5GoVcv— Marshall Breeding (@mbreeding) December 5, 2019
Excerpt of my article posted today on American Libraries: "ProQuest to Acquire Innovative Interfaces: What it means for the library technology industry." (Full version to appear in Smart Libraries Newsletter.) https://t.co/8HqYHWOBtO pic.twitter.com/oImSSmRtgY— Marshall Breeding (@mbreeding) December 10, 2019
Equally interested in the news, EBSCO released this statement in response.
The official press release announcement from Ex Libris may be found here.