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Optiant Going to a (Much) Better Place: Logility - Part 1
The mergers and acquisition (M@A) market seems to be coming back slowly. One evidence of this could be the late-March acquisition of long-struggling

c part 17  The Logility subsidiary provides c ollaborative supply chain software  solutions to streamline and optimize the forecasting, production, distribution, and management of products between trading partners. In the late 1990s, Logility acquired a Chicago-based  transportation management system (TMS)  provider called Distribution Systems Inc. (DSI). That product was the foundation for what is today’s Voyager Transportation Planning and Management module that provides a performance-driven,  multi-modal

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Tools exist to support software testing at all stages of a project. Some vendors offer an integrated suite that will support testing and development throughout a project's life, from gathering requirements to supporting the live system. Some vendors concentrate on a single part of that life cycle. The software test tools knowledge base provides functional criteria you might expect from a testing tool, the infrastructure that supports the tool, and an idea of the market position of the vendor.  

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