Activant Solutions -- Technology for Wholesalers

July 2008
Supply House Times;Jul2008, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p74
Trade Publication
The article profiles Activant Solutions Inc. It notes that the company provides technology solutions and services to more than 4,200 wholesale distributors in the U.S. The company also develops comprehensive enterprise software solutions to assist distributors in improving customer service and maximize the return of their technology investments. Moreover, the company is supported by a host of professional services, including support, consulting and educational programs.


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