Three important conclusions can be drawn from this white paper. First, health information users and stakeholders in low- and middle-income countries can be successfully engaged in the application of an appropriate methodology to determine requirements for a health information system. Second, countries can use those requirements to plan, secure funding, and source a solution that meets those requirements. Third, requirements related to supply chains are more alike than different across countries, and the common LMIS requirements have value to many as a public good. What is now needed is a coordinated effort to produce solutions that will meet the user requirements shared by multiple countries. The call to action is the creation of shared, repeatable solutions that will enable countries to efficiently and effectively deploy systems to improve supply chain performance. Zambia and Tanzania have already shown that they need the same solution, which will likely be appropriate for other countries as well.