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Progress partner DMSi, a third party supply chain management company and provider of ERP software, gives building product suppliers the power to manage orders and inventory using an array of technology within the Progress Pacific Platform, including OpenEdge, Corticon, and DataDirect.
As a distribution business, DMSi collects data along the supply chain from wholesale to retail, and then helps customers understand the information and capitalize on it to improve operations. DMSi depends on Progress as a backbone, allowing them to harvest data from their SaaS environment, make sense of it, and use it to boost supply chain efficiency.
As DMSi President & CEO, Cal German puts it, “DMSi is all about commitment and customer service so we need a bullet proof, reliable solution. Progress more than meets that requirement.”
Watch the video below to learn more about how Progress Pacific helps DMSi provide excellent data access to their customers and improve supply chain management.
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