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December 9, 2021

SirsiDynix SirsiDynix and Lyngsoe Systems announce Symphony - IMMS integration. 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. [Full Announcement].

October 1, 2020

Lyngsoe Systems First customer in Sweden of IMMS, the Intelligent Material Management System from Lyngsoe Systems. Lyngsoe Systems announced that the Libraries of Malmö have become the first institution in Sweden to select Lyngsoe Systems' Intelligent Material Management System. The Libraries will integrate IMMS with their Sierra Library Management System from Innovative Interfaces Inc., a ProQuest Company. [Full Announcement].

March 6, 2020

Lyngsoe Systems Sacramento Public Library has become the first U.S. institution to opt for Lyngsoe Systems’ Intelligent Material Management System. Lyngsoe Systems is pleased to announce that The Sacramento Public Library has become the first U.S. institution and the first institution outside Europe to opt for Lyngsoe Systems Intelligent Material Management System. Sacramento Public Library will integrate IMMS with their Sierra Integrated Library System from Innovative, a ProQuest Company. [Full Announcement].

August 15, 2019

Lyngsoe Systems Lyngsoe Systems’ Intelligent Material Management System (IMMS) expands its presence with first customer in United Kingdom. Lyngsoe Systems announced that Liverpool University Library has become the first UK institution and the first institution outside Scandinavia to opt for Lyngsoe Systems Intelligent Material Management System. The University Library will integrate IMMS with their Sierra Library Management System from Innovative Interfaces Inc. [Full Announcement].