DMSi Software Acquires Inventory Management Software Company eLIMBS

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Henry German
Henry German

Omaha, NE – DMSi Software, based here, recently announced the acquisition of eLIMBS, an Ohio provider of inventory management software solutions for hardwood logging, sawmill and lumber processing facilities.

DMSi specializes in inventory management software for dealers and distributors of building materials including millwork, drywall, contractor yards and lumber. They provide a full range of software solutions for the hardwood industry including TallyExpress, the computer vision tally app which allows customers to take a picture, using a smartphone, and do a full end tally with 99 percent accuracy all within a matter of seconds.

“DMSi loves serving niche markets. With all the unique software requirements of the hardwoods market, it’s about as niche as you can get!” said Henry German, co-owner of DMSi. “We’re excited to combine our resources with eLIMBS and provide the best software and service on the market, timber to retail, for the next generation.”

Since the company’s founding in 1976, DMSi has grown to over 170 employees serving over 400 businesses and 15,000 users of its inventory software. Like eLIMBS, DMSi has specialized in combining technology solutions for the building materials industry with an extraordinarily dedicated service component.

For more information, go to www.dmsi.com

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