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DSI, E3 alliance integrates hardware and software needs

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Data Systems International Inc. and E3 Corporation announced July 27 a joint marketing alliance, making DSI the preferred provider of EBM AS/400 computer systems to users of E3's software.

This alliance gives E3 customers a single source solution for their software and hardware needs, according to a news release from DSI. New and existing users of E3's software benefit from the availability of a dependable, highly regarded and E3-trained supplier of EBM AS/400 systems. For its part, DSI gains an additional market for its products and services.

DSI was a pioneer in IBM's joint marketing program and is committed to successful partnerships with quality-minded independent software vendors such as E3, the release stated

E3 Corporation provides advanced inventory management systems and services to manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers worldwide. Companies use E3 replenishment systems to improve profitability, increase service and reduce inventory levels, the release said.

E3's customers include Best Buy, Victoria's Secret, Eckerd Drugs, The Sports Authority, Oneida and Rubbermaid. E3 employs more than 200 people worldwide and reported 1997 revenues of $25 million.

DSI is a premier IBM business partner helping businesses acquire and integrate the hardware and software components needed to build effective mid-range and networked computer systems.

Founded in 1979 as a technical service provider, DSI is known today for its national computer equipment sales; its technical network and integration skills; its award-winning data-collection software; and its application services for users of ERP and Supply Chain Management software.

With headquarters in Kansas City, DSI has 24 regional offices across North America.

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