DMSi Software

Canada and United States of America

DMSi provides a complete business software solution to the lumber and building materials industry. Their Agility ERP allows distributors and dealers to run all core business processes from a single platform.

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About DMSi Software

DMSi provides the leading business software solution to the lumber and building materials industry. Their Agility ERP is an end-to-end platform delivering integrated accounting, sales, purchasing, inventory management, dispatch and remanufacturing functionality. It was built from the ground up around the unique needs of dealers and distributors of materials such as lumber, hardwood, doors and windows, roofing and siding, drywall, and laminates.

DMSi supports thousands of users on its Agility platform with customers ranging in size from individual production facilities to national operations with hundreds of locations. A technology leader, DMSi was among the first to leverage cloud computing and helps customers stay ahead of the competition with tools such as an EMV-compatible POS module, integrated CRM, an eCommerce portal, and a host of mobile apps.

Founded in 1976, DMSi was purchased by its current owners in 1983 and remains independently owned and privately held. Operations, including software development and customer support, are located in Omaha, NE.

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