CAI Software’s Precious Metals ERP for Refining is Now Available Through Microsoft AppSource


LINCOLN, RI – [June 18, 2024] –CAI Software, LLC, (“CAI” or “CAI Software”), an integrated software and technology solutions for mission-critical, production-oriented enterprise resource planning (ERP), manufacturing execution systems (MES), eCommerce EDI (electronic data interchange), and warehouse management software (WMS) today announced that Precious Metals (PM) for Refining, a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central certified solution, is now available through Microsoft AppSource (Business Apps – Microsoft AppSource).

The PM for Refining solution is the premier ERP software that enables precious metals refiners, recyclers, smelters, and manufacturers to track and manage their metals position with real-time inventory control from receipt to settlement. Refiners of all sizes can access the solution on AppSource to leverage a purpose-built solution with functionality unique to the precious metals market.

Bill Tierney, CAI Software Divisional Manager, and refining subject matter expert, stated, “By enabling access to our cloud-based solutions and integrating with D365, refiners can now quickly run information that will drive productivity, streamlines business operations and helps companies respond more quickly to marketplace opportunities.”

“Expanding our platform to the AppSource provides a tremendous opportunity for refiners to leverage purpose-built software to drive their business,” says CAI CEO, Brian Rigney. “We are laser focused on providing end-to-end processing solutions that empowers precious metal refiners to transform their business operations.”

About CAI Software

CAI Software, LLC is a leader in the delivery of mission-critical, production-oriented enterprise resource planning (ERP), manufacturing execution systems (MES), warehouse management software (WMS), electronic data interchange (EDI), and Enterprise Process Automation (EPA) software, and services to leading companies in targeted vertical markets, including building materials, food processing, precious metals, manufacturing, and distribution. For more information, visit