GRAPEVINE, Texas – March 13, 2018 – DMLogic, LLC, experts in warehouse management systems and implementation, announced that Lynn Dermott, partner and senior vice president of products, was honored at the Women Leaders in Supply Chain awards at HighJump’s Elevate conference at the Gaylord Texan in Grapevine, Texas. This inaugural event honors women who have made a significant contribution to the supply chain industry during the course of their career.
Founding DMLogic with three partners in 2009, Dermott serves as senior vice president of products and has developed ground-breaking software throughout her entire career. Dermott has participated in close to 100 WMS projects in 15 countries over the course of her career in the automotive, retail apparel, electronics and publishing industries as well as pharmaceutical. She has been the visionary mind and prime architect of three different major WMS products as well as a multitude of complementary solutions and platforms.
“As a pioneer in the supply chain software industry, Lynn has been instrumental in paving the way for other women in the industry, said Thomas Lee, president, DMLogic, LLC. “She is passionate about making sure everyone she mentors learns, grows and achieves their goals whether it be development, design, implementation or support. Lynn has made a tremendous impact on the supply chain world, and on the people and customers she has worked with.”
Dermott was the first to develop an adaptive software platform (STEPLogic) that allows easy customization of any WMS, including legacy systems. She again was the primary architect of DMLogic’s track and trace system (STEPLogic TRACE) solution for serializing drugs in the pharmaceutical industry. The development of this product allowed Johnson & Johnston to become the first manufacturer to become fully federally-compliant with the Drug Supply Chain Safety Act (DSCSA), years ahead of schedule. That project was awarded a Supply Chain Innovation Award by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals in 2016.
Dermott’s expertise in pharmaceutical supply chain surpassed most anyone in the industry, successfully delivering solutions for Johnson & Johnson, Bristol-Myers Squibb, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck and other pharma manufacturers. Products she architected early in her career are still in use at Fedex Supply Chain, Penguin Random House and Philips Electronics. Dermott’s current team at DMLogic still provides all support for most customers still using the MARC WMS and the former DOMS solution, which is now called DLog.
“HighJump’s Women Leaders in Supply Chain honorees exemplify an unrivaled commitment and tenacity to advance the industry,” said Chad Collins, CEO, HighJump. “It is a privilege to have these women as part of the HighJump family, and part of our team enabling the supply chain of the future.”
HighJump Elevate is March 11 -14, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. In its 12th year, the annual user conference brings together more than 700 supply chain professionals from across the globe. Along with learning about the latest advances for HighJump’s unique line of solutions and professional services, attendees are provided with networking and educational opportunities to accelerate their businesses.
About DMLogic, LLC
DMLogic designs, installs and supports systems to manage the inventory and warehousing of a wide range of products. From prescription drugs to auto parts, DMLogic creates a flawless flow of identification, sorting, tracking, packing, shipping and validating. The DMLogic team of seasoned consultants, supply chain professionals and system designers represents a half century of experience in inventory management. DMLogic’s premiere product is STEPLogic, a software development platform that enables users to design and develop new processes and implementation tools. DMLogic LLC is a member of the Körber Logistics Systems’ family of companies. For more information, visit www.dmlogicllc.com.