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In 2001, the University of North Texas (UNT) Libraries developed their own electronic resource management (ERM) system to track their online resources and contracts. Over the past decade, the programming and upkeep for the homegrown system had become too much of a burden, and the decision was made to move to a vendor-supported ERM system. In the summer of 2012, UNT began the implementation of Innovative’s ERM module. This presentation covered the steps involved in that implementation and the lessons learned on how best to prepare for a radical shift in workflows and procedures.
While UNT’s implementation of the Millennium ERM module was technically a success, the lack of formal preparation limited the amount of work that was able to be done to utilize the product to its full potential. With a more systematic approach to preparation, and a focus on identifying your libraries goals and needs to guide your decision making, the implementation process can yield much greater results.



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