Demand Management Inc. a global resource for managing the supply chain for small and midsized enterprises, announced it has expanded its international reach to China. The company has opened three new offices in Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong.
DMI leveraged its 23 years of experience as a global enterprise to open the offices in China within a three-month period. The company's major international support centers now include USA, Canada, UK, South Africa, Australia and China.
"China is a country the size of the U.S. with four times the population," said Bill Harrison, President of Demand Management, Inc. "Many software companies avoid Asia because of the language and cultural barriers, but manufacturers in China will reap economic benefits from the Demand Solutions product suite. It decreases obsolescence, reduces costs and increases customer satisfaction — all at an affordable price."
With the new offices in China, Demand Management now has 29 offices globally representing its customers in 72 countries.