Demand Driven Technologies Releases New Supply Chain Innovations for Oracle NetSuite

Demand Driven Technologies (DD Tech), the leading provider of Demand
Driven MRP compliant supply chain solutions, today released a series of
new innovations for their Replenishment+®
NetSuite (R+NS) supply chain solution. Natively-built for Oracle
NetSuite, the innovations enable manufacturers and distributors to have
unprecedented visibility into supply chain execution and improvement in
inventory management.

“These new innovations bring powerful Demand Driven MRP principles to
our native NetSuite solution, making supply chain planning and execution
easier and more efficient,” said Erik Bush, CEO of Demand Driven
Technologies. “At the recent SuiteWorld18 conference, DD Tech customers
confirmed we are enabling global manufacturers to align inventory to
true market demand and significantly compress lead times.”

The new innovations for Replenishment+ NetSuite 2.0 include:

Demand Driven Technologies will host a webinar at 1:00 pm EDT on July 25th,
2018 to highlight the new features of version 2 of Replenishment+ NS,
provide a product demonstration and review a case study of Innovive’s
implementation. Emmanuel Ferton, Vice President of Operations at
Innovive, a global provider in the life sciences industry, will
highlight Innovive’s results and implementation experience with R+NS. To
register for the live webinar, click here.

About Demand Driven Technologies

Demand Driven Technologies provides Replenishment+® the first and most
widely deployed DDMRP compliant supply chain software solution. The
company was formed in 2011 with the singular focus of enabling
manufacturing and distribution clients to achieve breakthrough
performance through the application of Demand Driven tactics and
technologies. As the DDMRP market leader, it is the company’s vision to
make enterprise-class Demand Driven Supply Chain planning easy and
accessible to all. More than 80 enterprises across six continents rely
on Demand Driven Tech as their trusted partner in continuous supply
chain improvement and competitive advantage. For more information:

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