Lyngsoe Systems and EnvisionWare announced today a partnership agreement to provide Automated Materials Handling (AMH) solutions to public libraries. Under the agreement, EnvisionWare will be a distribution partner for Lyngsoe Systems’ suite of Automated Materials Handling (AMH) products in the United States and Canada. The partnership extends EnvisionWare’s line of AMH solutions.
Visibility is becoming a prime focus for e-tailers, offering their customers the ability to track their purchases throughout the supply chain. By utilizing the opportunities of RFID you can become a preferred partner for the world's leading e-tailers.
Lyon is France’s third largest city after Paris and Marseille with a library to match. With nearly 4 million circulations across 16 locations in 2016, Lyon’s libraries needed to improve sorting efficiencies, but installing modern systems into older buildings is challenging.
Lyngsoe Systems exhibited at the Future Travel Experience Europe 2017 show (FTE) in Dublin between the 26th and 28th of June, 2017. The FTE show brings together key stakeholders from the air transport and travel industry to discuss end-to-end passenger experience on the ground and in-flight
A strong current trend in supply chain optimization is the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions combining track-and-trace technology with cloud-based data capture. Simon Johansen, Senior Director of Supply Chains at Lyngsoe Systems, says there is a strong business case for IoT solutions in supply chains.
Currently 1,500 Danish public libraries and educational learning centers are in the process of becoming users of Cicero, a Joint Library System that will cover over 60million annual loans, a project considered one of the world’s largest within the Library Sector.