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  •   CAI Software, LLC Acquires xTuple Strategic acquisition leverages growth in ERP for manufacturing Smithfield, Rhode Island (July 13, 2022) – CAI Software, LLC, (“CAI” or “CAI Software”) a leader in the delivery of mission-critical enterprise resource planning (ERP), manufacturing execution systems (MES), eCommerce EDI (electronic data interchange) and warehouse management software (WMS) and services, today announced that it has acquired OpenMFG LLC, which does business as xTuple.,   CAI is majority-owned by Symphony Technology Group (“STG”), a private equity partner to market-leading companies in software, data, and analytics. A leading provider of ERP solutions for small to midsized manufacturers […]
  • Disruptions Continue Post-Covid Medical device manufacturers looking to remain steady in the wake of potential Covid-related supply chain disruptions and device shortages may find an enterprise resource planning solution delivers a lifeline.   Covid-19 disrupted the supply chain in every aspect, from procurement to labor, sourcing, and logistics. Medical device manufacturers can use ERP to create flexible supply chains that use external data to sharpen demand and supply forecasting.   ERP can deliver visibility allows manufacturers to see what’s coming, when, and how to manage it.   Traceability for Safety & Compliance Traceability is crucial – not only for safety, […]
  • (Norfolk VA ., January 11, 2022) – xTuple, the top ERP software for small to mid-sized businesses announces an innovative sales-centric CRM designed for the unique needs of manufacturers and distributions in a variety of industries, from bio-med, food & beverage manufacturing, and cannabis derivatives to machinery and equipment, metal fabrication, and electronics.
  • Unique manufacturing challenges As the COVID-19 pandemic rolled across the country, consumer behaviors in the food and beverage industry changed. Restaurants shuttered or offered only take-out, so shoppers turned to prepared meals and snacks in droves. 
  • The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been harder on small businesses than larger enterprises – except for the cannabis industry. Most cannabis cultivators have seen a large surge in demand and double or triple-digit organic growth.