Your Trusted Advisor for Supply Chain Software & Warehouse Automation Solutions
SMC Data Systems was established in 1980; and have been the trusted advisor to our clientele in managing their warehousing systems. Our principal, Mr. Dani Kaplan, has a wealth of experience in this industry, and understands the importance of supply chain to a business and having the right technology to manage it.
SMC Data, A leading Voice in the Industry at Your Service.
We Listen to our Clientele, Define their needs, and Offer the Right Solution.
In 1985, IBM invited Mr. Kaplan to attend a round table in Atlanta, with the main purpose of enhancing their software. After meeting with their executives, Mr. Dani offered solutions to improve the IBM DMAS distribution software which were adopted by IBM.
In 1992, “3X/400 Information Management Magazine” published how we helped our client SFI printer and paper distributor grow their business from a $ 6 Million to $ 35 million Dollars within 7 years, or about a 100% increase per year. Read more…
In April 1994 we were written up in the Crain Magazine describing our client controller testimonial about how the computerized inventory management system that we implemented helped to pay for itself in 36 months. Read more…
Through the years we have been the trusted advisor to our clients in the following industries:
- Stationary distributor selling to large drugs chains
- Belts and buckles manufacturer/distributor selling to the armed forces and garment center
- Furniture importer servicing the chain stores
- Hotel representative keeping track of booked rooms for hotels worldwide
- Linen distributor servicing the cruise line industry and department stores
- International electronic manufacturer/distributor selling to retailers
- International perfume distributor selling to the high-end chain stores
- Carpet company selling to retailers and large chains in the industry
Prior to establishing his own business, Mr. Kaplan worked at Mincron Consulting House, from 1977 to 1980, modifying IBM MAPICS Manufacturing software for one of their main clients, United Merchant Manufacturing, who specialized in manufacturing molds for custom jewelry.
From 1967 to 1977, Mr. Kaplan worked at Crocill Curtains as a programmer, and during that time became the expert in Cobol programming in the company and wrote coding for such systems as the NCR 315 mainframe computer.
In 1978, he graduated from SUNY, Empire College, with a B.S. in Computer Science.