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Food Decision Software
Founded in 1978, Mulvany Attard Associates, now Food Decision Software Inc. (FDS), is a provider of food industry-specific software. FDS aims to help companies

army decision briefing  Decision Software Founded in 1978, Mulvany Attard Associates, now Food Decision Software Inc. (FDS), is a provider of food industry-specific software. FDS aims to help companies understand and address the unique challenges associated with food distributing or food manufacturing. FDS is the developer of WinFDS, a food distribution software for small to medium-sized food distribution and food manufacturing companies.

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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PPM for Internal Departments

A business practice that assists organizations to align their portfolio of projects with their business strategy. Typically IT departments employ an IT governance framework to ensure that their PPM strategy is put into action. With the increasing demand of IT departments to justify their project investments, PPM software has risen in popularity as the tool of choice. It allows both executives and IT decision makers to gain insight into their IT portfolios. PPM software allows IT managers to prioritize projects, allocate resources where needed, and gain financial insight into their portfolio investments. 

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