Demand Solutions Integrated Into Microsoft Dynamics
The move offers small businesses forecasting, inventory reduction and more client services.
Supply chain management company Demand Management (DMI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Logility (NASDAQ:LGTY), has integrated its Demand Solutions planning suite into Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Dynamics NAV. The company says it plans to adopt Microsoft's next generation technology platform, including Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Vista Ribbon Technology and .NET 3.0/3.5, for all future Demand Solutions product offerings.
Microsoft Dynamics GP and NAV, combined with DMI's powerful supply chain planning tools, offer small and midsize businesses affordable forecasting, inventory reduction and increased client service.
"Demand Management has been producing supply chain applications for 23 years," Bill Harrison, president of DMI, said in a statement. "Small and midsize enterprises require planning software that is flexible, easy to use and affordable."