DV Wood | Datacraft Solutions | Product Development & Strategy

By: Thomas Cutler

David V. Wood is responsible for Product Development/Management and Strategy, Production and Office Infrastructure, Customer Support, and Patent Portfolio for Datacraft Solutions. According to CEO Stephen Parker, "We are indeed fortunate for have someone of David's talent as part of the Datacraft Solutions' team. His contribution is important as we continue to experience significant growth." Sharing knowledge is also a key new distinction in the replenishment supply chain digital kanban world; as the solutions continue to spread throughout the manufacturing industry, Datacraft Solutions draws upon the insights and experiences of their client base to enhance the functionality of their product offerings.

Datacraft Solutions (www.datacraftsolutions.com) delivers a revolutionary digital kanban process of automation solutions to lean manufacturers through a secure Internet gateway, eliminating the need to install and maintain a complex IT infrastructure. The company has experienced significant growth in the past twelve months by eliminating complicated, expensive, time-intensive software implementations as well as extensive training regiments and the need for internal support. The Datacraft Solutions' replenishment supply chain digital kanban lean system allows customers access and fully utilize powerful lean benefits immediately for a low, predictable monthly fee. Services are scalable so manufacturers can design an appropriate digital kanban solution.

David works with the executives and board of directors to ensure that the organization is conducting research or creating new products and/or technologies aligned with Datacraft Solutions' mission. David has more than twenty years of progressively responsible experiences in the software development, project management and technology arena. Prior to Datacraft Solutions, David was Application Development Manager at Investors Title Company. In this assignment, David initiated and deployed their first national .NET web-based application. David also ran his own successful contracting company for over five years in the Raleigh, NC area. Through his contract company, David worked on national and international projects for fortune 1000 companies including ABB, Siemens, Araccel, Doble Engineering, American Express, just to name a few. While contracting to NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton Va., David has co-authored numerous publications on flexible wing control structures and space structures controls.

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