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September 29, 2008

Numetrics releases new version of NMX-ERP suite

Numetrics Management Systems, a supplier of schedule predictability and productivity excellence tools for IC development projects, has released version 3.1 of its NMX-ERP suite.

By CBR Staff Writer

According to the company, the new version improves user productivity, allowing customization of data entry, project planning models and analysis reports.

Steve Gary, vice president of product marketing and professional services at Numetrics, said: As Numetrics’s software is gaining broad deployment inside semiconductor R&D organizations, we see strong interest in each company to customize the ways our tools are used to develop plans, analyze risk, and to extract data for internal consumption. We recognize the diversity in IC development and are providing the flexibility needed to make the NMX-ERP suite an increasingly important part of how projects are planned and tracked from concept to completion.

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