Logility has achieved an impressive 33% total revenue growth over the past five years, demonstrating that it can still compete effectively in a B2B software market dominated by much larger players. It sells its supply chain management and Internet-based solutions to mid market companies primarily within the process manufacturing industries, such as food & beverage, chemicals, but also consumer packaged goods, apparel, and retail. Logility claims to be happy with its current rate of growth but is aggressively targeting the application hosting market.
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Voyager in B2B Collaborative Commerce Logility: Voyager in B2B Collaborative Commerce S. McVey - February 7th, 2000 Vendor Genesis Atlanta-based Logility originated as the Supply Chain Planning division of ERP vendor American Software, Inc. American, founded in 1971 by James C. Edenfield and Thomas Newberry, saw increasing demand for the distribution and logistics components of its mainframe and client/server-based enterprise software. In January 1997, American gathered its increasingly popular