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TGI debuts functionality in Enterprise DSS decision-support system

TGI debuts newest functionality in Enterprise DSS decision-support system

Toledo, OH — April 25, 2006 — Enterprise resource planning specialist Technology Group International (TGI) has debuted new functionality in its Enterprise DSS decision-support system, offering a customizable dashboard that users can configure to match their job function.

In conjunction with TGI's release of version 6.5 of its Enterprise 21 ERP system, TGI has released the latest version of Enterprise DSS, a decision-support system that is fully integrated into the Enterprise 21 software package.

Designed to provide an entry point for users throughout the enterprise, the Enterprise DSS module includes a dashboard environment that allows for an unlimited number of customizable quadrants featuring reports, graphs, tables and alerts.

Sample dashboard data includes Accounts Receivable Over Time, Accounts Payable Over Time, Top Performers for Customers or Products, Inventory Turns Over Time, Days Supply of Inventory Over Time, and Manufacturing Output and Variances.

"Enterprise DSS allows users to have information at their fingertips," said Scott Smith, President of Technology Group International. "And this isn't just standard decision-support information; it is user-specific and completely tailored to their specific job function and responsibilities."

The newest release of Enterprise DSS is available in a standalone version, as well as a standard module within Enterprise 21.

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