U.K. Catalyst employees join CDC Software office following acquisition

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Move will enhance integration of the teams and will allow significant cross-selling opportunities

CDC Software, a wholly owned subsidiary of CDC Corporation and a provider of industry-specific enterprise software and services, has announced that the U.K staff of the recently acquired Catalyst International has moved into CDC Softwares Burnham office.

As previously announced, CDC Software completed its acquisition of Catalyst International, a leading provider of supply chain execution solutions and services, in September 2007.  Catalysts software solutions and services are highly complementary to CDC Softwares CDC Supply Chain product line and the companys CDC Global Services operations. The CDC Supply Chain suite of solutions supports demand-driven fulfilment in multi-company, multi-site and multi-channel environments.  The Catalyst business services offerings are merging into CDC Global Services which provides consulting and outsourcing services across a variety of technologies and industries. 

Per Norling, President of CDC Supply Chain, said, We are delighted to welcome the Catalyst team to CDCs Burnham office.  Our process manufacturing and supply chain product lines and services cross similar verticals and bringing them together under one roof will result in a greater level of collaboration and cross-selling.  Additionally, it will allow us to reduce the overhead of running two offices that are in close proximity.

Carl Power, Services Director of Catalyst said, This move is a clear indication of the commitment CDC Software has shown to us in terms of integrating the Catalyst business into the companys daily operations.  The acquisition will not only benefit Catalyst as a company but it will also benefit our customers, who will continue to receive the highest levels of support and commitment.

The Catalyst suite provides integrated, open standards-based solutions for warehouses, supply chains and distribution networks including warehouse management, transportation management, dynamic route planning, slotting, labour management, cross dock planning, and yard management.

Catalyst solutions are also based on an event-driven, rules-based workflow platform that will serve as an integration backbone for CDC Softwares applications in the future.

 

About CDC Software

CDC Software, The Customer-Driven Company, is a provider of enterprise software applications designed to help organizations deliver a superior customer experience while increasing efficiencies and profitability. CDC Softwares product suite includes: CDC Factory (manufacturing operations management), Ross ERP (enterprise resource planning) and SCM (supply chain management), CDC Supply Chain (supply chain management, warehouse management and order management), Pivotal CRM and Saratoga CRM (customer relationship management), Respond (customer complaint and feedback management), c360 CRM add-on products, industry solutions and development tools for the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform, Platinum HRM (human resources) and business analytics solutions.

These industry-specific solutions are used by more than 6,000 customers worldwide within the manufacturing, financial services, health care, home building, real estate, and wholesale and retail distribution industries. The company completes its offerings with a full continuum of services that span the life cycle of technology and software applications, including implementation, project consulting, outsourced business services, application management and offshore development. CDC Software is the enterprise software unit of CDC Corporation and is ranked number 12 on the MBT 2007 Global 100 List of Enterprise and Supply Chain Management Application vendors.

 

About CDC Corporation

The CDC family of companies includes CDC Software focused on enterprise software applications and services, CDC Mobile focused on mobile applications, CDC Games focused on online games, and China.com focused on portals for the greater China markets.

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