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NextWorld Expands Partner Network With New Demand Driven Technologies Collaboration

By Kevin Allen

Demand Driven Technologies and Nextworld are joining forces to help companies optimize their material flow with industry-leading planning and execution technologies and the only ERP system built on an enterprise-grade, no-code development platform.

As supply chains grow more complex—and customers expect ever-faster turnaround times—demand is growing for planning process simplification and real-time visibility into material availability.

Demand Driven Technologies delivers those solutions to hundreds of companies across dozens of different industries. Their Intuiflow solution (formerly known as Replenishment+) leverages the ground-breaking DDMRP methodology to help planners align material to actual market demand—and build more responsive, reliable supply chains.

The partnership with Nextworld will advance this vision to even more enterprises as Nextworld brings agility into the supply chain market with ERP solutions that facilitate continuous innovation.

“We’re excited to work with Nextworld and deliver solutions that keep both supply chains and the broader business ahead of the curve,” said Erik Bush, CEO and co-founder of Demand Driven Technologies.

“DD Tech understands that a customer-centric culture is the foundation of a great company,” says Kylee McVaney, CEO and co-founder of Nextworld, “combining forces with them is a huge step forward for manufacturers.”

 

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