It may also be worth mentioning that since SIP has now been donated to NISO any enhancements being planned by RFID or LMS suppliers via that route will of necessity be in abeyance until NISO decide what to do with SIP and NCIP. Bibliotheca (Intellident) and Capita have been among the more vocal supporters of the BIC Library Communications Framework (BLCF) as a more flexible means of developing integration between LMS and other third party apps (including RFID). Axiell, 3M, and 2CQR are also actively engaged with the project. I am currently in discussions - on BIC's behalf - with other LMS and RFID providers to try and win wider support for this approach. Mick This email was generated by thumb-power. Please forgive errors. On 19 Jul 2012, at 14:50, Sue Valentine <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Hi > Just back from leave so just catching up with this chain. We also have a requirement to do this. We are awaiting developments by the RFID supplier to enable to enable more data to go back to the LMS via the SIP. Otherwise we would have to do the same as Norfolk and we don't want to have to go to all that trouble if we don't need to. We are Intellident and Spydus (Civica) > Sue > > Sue Valentine > Principal Librarian: Resources > Libraries Culture and Learning > part of Health and Community Services > Hertfordshire County Council > > Office: (01707) 281593 Comnet/Internal: 21593 > Mobile: (07770) 452421 > www.hertsdirect.org/libraries > > -----Original Message----- > From: Discussion List for RFID in Libraries [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Harrison, Paul > Sent: 11 July 2012 13:31 > To: [log in to unmask] > Subject: Re: Enhanced financial reconciliation reports on Kiosks? > > Hi John > > Each kiosk is set up on our LMS as a separate till, and the details of > all the transactions are held in the cash management module of the LMS. > Total takings can be printed off from each kiosk and checked against the > physical coinage. When doing the banking, a report for each library can > be produced for that session which breaks down the takings by income > code, and the total from that report should match the totals from the > kiosk reports to give the verification. > > There are separate lines for cash and credit/debit card transactions in > the two libraries where we take card payments - online reports on card > transactions are also available from our merchant partner. > > We are using Axiell and Intellident. We have been in discussions with > both suppliers about the need to pass more information between the LMS > and the kiosks than SIP2 will accommodate, and not just for financial > reconciliation purposes. > > Regards > > Paul Harrison > Electronic Library Manager > Norfolk Library & Information Service > LG045, County Hall , Martineau Lane, Norwich NR1 2UA > 01603 222580 > 0781 846 4985 > [log in to unmask] > http://www.facebook.com/norfolklibrariesUK > http://twitter.com/NorfolkLibs > ************************************************************************ > ********** > Everything Starts with Reading > At the moment I am reading The ground is burning by Samuel Black > ************************************************************************ > ********** > > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Discussion List for RFID in Libraries > [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Usher, John > Sent: 11 July 2012 11:40 > To: [log in to unmask] > Subject: Re: Enhanced financial reconciliation reports on Kiosks? > > Hi Janet. > > Yes, that would make sense if you don't push many chargeable items > through the kiosk, but we try to push as much through as possible, hence > the query. > > > Many thanks > > > JU > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Benton, Janet [mailto:[log in to unmask]] > Sent: 11 July 2012 11:27 > To: 'Discussion List for RFID in Libraries'; Usher, John > Subject: RE: Enhanced financial reconciliation reports on Kiosks? > > Hi > > No we don't have that detail, but have always banked the money coming in > via self service as book fines (that would be the majority of the money > anyway) - > > > Janet Benton > Community Learning and Outreach Assistant Shared Library Services > (Bexley and Bromley) > Phone: 020 3045 4569 > > work mobile 07837 270041 > [log in to unmask] > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Discussion List for RFID in Libraries > [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Usher, John > Sent: 11 July 2012 11:16 > To: [log in to unmask] > Subject: Enhanced financial reconciliation reports on Kiosks? > > All, > > For audit and other reasons we need to account here for the daily fines > and charges for CDs and DVDs separately from each other and separately > from books . > > Currently, staff do that from the Tills but our Kiosk daily > reconciliation report (working via SIP2 - that surprised me, I thought > the kiosk software kept the payment log!) doesn't have that granularity > of detail. > > We've discussed options via MIS from the LMS (emaill out a daily report > to the branches - OK, but a 'bolt on') or a SIP2 customization to feed > an amended Kiosk report. > > SIP2 seems not easy given what the kiosk software can currently support > via SIP2, and the work the LMS would need to put in if the kiosk could > support it. > > And we seem to be the only customer with our LMS/Self Service > combination with this request to date, though I do hear rumours that > something like it has been done elsewhere. > > > Has anyone else got this issue, or something like it? 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