New ILS systems is something Library Blog Buzz is always interested in and traditionally we have always posted about library catalogs and their vendors. Tame The Web blog is highlighting "Perceptions 2007: An International Survey of Library Automation" conducted by Marshall Breeding,one of the top experts in library automation.
"Polaris emerged as the system with the highest positive ratings. Libraries that use Polaris rated their system higher in all categories than any of the competing systems and are the least interested in open source alternatives. Only 1.56% of responding libraries indicated they were considering migrating to a new system."
I am not surprised that Innovative Interfaces (Millennium) score very highly in the survey. We had Millennium at my previous job at Brooklyn Public Library and almost everybody was happy with it.