DynaSys enters its fourth decade of helping companies optimise supply chains

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DynaSys, provider of demand and supply chain planning solutions, recently announced its 30th anniversary of serving customers in manufacturing, distribution and wholesale industries. DynaSys is a division of QAD Inc.

Founded in Strasbourg, France in 1985, DynaSys provides integrated and collaborative demand and supply chain planning solutions that enable companies to optimise supply chain agility, helping them to gain market share and compete in the global economy. The 30 straight years of continuous innovation, integrity with customers and teamwork has led to the availability of DynaSys around the world and in the Cloud.

"We are proud to celebrate 30 years of helping global organizations operate at peak efficiency by leveraging our demand and supply chain planning solutions," stated DynaSys Managing Director Ariel Weil. "Although our technology has evolved a great deal since our founding in 1985, one thing has remained constant - our singular focus on ensuring customer outcomes meet or exceed their expectations."

DynaSys launched DynaSys DSCP (Demand & Supply Chain Planning) and DynaSys Cloud DSCP earlier in 2015. Based on Single Click Collaborative technology, DynaSys DSCP includes components needed for supply chain optimisation, including demand planning, distribution planning, production planning, procurement planning, sales and operations planning (S&OP) and network and inventory optimisation. Single Click Collaborative® simplifies analysis across the extended enterprise and provides memory-resident planning and simulations enabling real time evaluation of customer requirements.

"We are proud of the 30 years DynaSys has spent helping companies efficiently compete in a rapidly changing, nimble global marketplace," said Carter Lloyds, Chief Marketing Officer at QAD. "DynaSys consistently treats its clients as more than customers – they are collaborative partners in creating the optimal solutions that help customers become effective enterprises."

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