DSI Acquires eNSYNC - O'Keeffe and O'Malley

DSI Acquires eNSYNC

Apr 18, 2016

Kansas City, MO-based DSI, a global leader in mobile-first and cloud supply chain solutions that enable businesses to transform and succeed in the digital economy, announced its acquisition of eNSYNC Solutions, Inc., based in Overland Park, Kansas. eNSYNC has been providing certified supply chain software solutions and services to Microsoft Dynamics® and IFS customers for more than 16 years.

“We have been impressed with the quality of the ScanWorkX® software and the strong emphasis the management team places on customer and employee satisfaction. eNSYNC is a great cultural and business fit for DSI as we continue to invest in mobile-first supply chain solutions that are certified for enterprise software,” said Matt McGraw, President & CEO of DSI.

“The eNSYNC team is excited about the extensive resources that DSI brings to fuel our growth, increase development efforts and to offer IFS and Microsoft Dynamics clients the ability to maximize their investment in our ScanWorkX software. Through integrations into DSI’s mobile application development platform, Microsoft Dynamics and IFS customers will now be able to extend outside of the four walls using applications like route sales, direct store delivery and field services,” said Roger Resley, President & CEO of eNSYNC. “This is a great strategic fit between two longtime software companies.”

Microsoft Dynamics AX continues to show strong growth worldwide with over 20,000 global customers and over 30% growth in North America. Further, Microsoft’s commitment to offering AX in cloud, partner-hosted and on-premises models aligns with DSI’s deployment flexibility. IFS, a leader in enterprise asset management (EAM) and enterprise service management (ESM), has a strong presence in industrial manufacturing and service management and fits well with DSI’s strategic growth plans.

“This acquisition demonstrates to our existing customers using Microsoft Dynamics or IFS our ongoing commitment to helping them transform their supply chains in the digital economy,” said Matt McGraw.