New IMMS™ integration

Press Release
Lyngsoe Systems A/S


Lyngsoe Systems and SirsiDynix announce Symphony - IMMS™ integration

December 8, 2021, LEHI, Utah and AARS, Denmark—SirsiDynix, provider of the market-leading Symphony ILS and Lyngsoe Systems, provider of smart library solutions including IMMS—Intelligent Material Management System—have signed a collaboration agreement that will lead to full, real-time integration between Symphony and IMMS. This exciting development will enable libraries using the Symphony ILS to benefit from the transformational changes and efficiency experienced by libraries already using IMMS, such as Aarhus and Copenhagen in Denmark, Helsinki in Finland, and Sacramento in the United States. These libraries have seen significant reductions in the amount of staff time focused on material handling, enabling increased focus on delivering exceptional public services.


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Lyngsoe Systems
Cory L. McCoy, President North America:
Henrik Kjeldgaard, Senior Vice President:
Eric Keith:

“We believe that IMMS provides dramatic efficiency improvements for material transit and hold shelf processes for multi-branch and multi-library settings,” said Berit Nelson, Chief Product Officer at SirsiDynix. “IMMS represents new ways to maximize use and storage of physical materials while promoting collection equity and saving staff time. We are excited to announce development of an IMMS interface for SirsiDynix Symphony."

Berit Nelson

Chief Product Officer, SirsiDynix

About IMMS™

IMMS gives libraries control of collections and space and float management. IMMS complements the ILS and creates an unprecedented level of transparency in your material flow while significantly reducing the amount of staff time spent on material handling. Utilizing new tools for data collection, items can be tracked to the shelf, shelving cart, transport bin, or storage location.


About Lyngsoe Systems

Lyngsoe Systems has been a world leader in the field of cutting-edge electronic logistics control for over 40 years and is leading within the radio frequencies identification (RFID) technology. We are devoted to helping libraries transform by supporting them to work smarter and save time on material handling with smart library solutions. We are experts and trusted by libraries in providing automated material handling solutions, self-service equipment, and intelligent material management systems. Our solutions are standards compliant as well as practical, affordable, and innovative. We have our own network of engineers and solution experts, as well as trained distributors, dedicated to libraries around the World. With a proven record of accomplishment with 3,700 installations in over 60 countries, the Lyngsoe Systems team can demonstrate extensive experience in customer process, solution design, software development, integration, service, and maintenance. Our ambition is to always offer a market-leading range of products fulfilling our guiding star: “Working for Smarter Libraries”.


About SirsiDynix

SirsiDynix believes in the power of libraries. Transforming and shaping their communities every day, that power inspires us to connect people with knowledge at more than 23,000 libraries worldwide. SirsiDynix technology combines relevant resources with the Best Library User Experience (BLUE). With our Best-of-Breed approach, SirsiDynix gives libraries the greatest and most expansive range of options for their software. Complemented by the most experienced training, consulting, and support staff in the industry, SirsiDynix helps libraries to reach their highest potential while serving their communities.

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“In SirsiDynix, we are happy to have found likeminded experts, who believe in the power of libraries and the empowerment to transform that technology provides them. With the development of the Symphony interface to IMMS™, we can offer this unique solution to the large number of Symphony libraries across North America,” 

Cory L. McCoy

President North America, Lyngsoe Systems Library

“And even to the many Symphony libraries across the World which all face the same challenges in utilizing their resources in the smartest possible ways to allow for the continuous transformation.”

Henrik Kjeldgaard

Senior Vice President, Lyngsoe Systems Library