Avercast, LLC is in the supply chain management industry of inventory forecasting and supply planning software known as demand management. Avercast is an international software company headquartered in Rigby, Idaho, USA. Established in 2008 by Demand Solutions co-founder Gene Averill, Avercast has expanded to include twenty regional offices in 10 countries on five continents. In 2010, Avercast was included in Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine's list of the 100 most influential movers and shakers. In 2011, Avercast founder and chief executive Gene Averill was named a "Provider Pro to Know" by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine. Gene Averill pioneered many of the demand management planning technologies that are commonplace in the industry today. In 2011, Avercast was recognized by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine's list of 100 Great Supply Chain Projects for its work with Markwins International. In 2011, Avercast launched one of the first cloud based demand management platforms aimed toward small to mid-size companies.
The company's cloud offerings allow users to purchase a la carte demand management software tools without the need to purchase or upgrade any hardware
Daniel Graham Turner is an English professional footballer who plays as a forward for Northern Premier League Premier Division club Hyde United. He turned professional at Port Vale in April 2016, played on loan at Kidsgrove Athletic and Worcester City during the 2016–17 season, he joined Tamworth on loan in January 2018. He joined Scottish Championship club Falkirk on a six-month loan at the start of the 2018–19 season, cut short three months early, he was released by Port Vale and joined Hyde United in August 2019. Turner began his career as a youth team scholar at Port Vale, played for the youth team in the 2014 Staffordshire Senior Cup final defeat to Rushall Olympic, he made his debut in the English Football League on 23 April 2016, coming on for Theo Robinson as a late substitute in a 4–1 victory over Rochdale at Vale Park. He signed his first professional contract at the end of the 2015–16 season. On 9 September 2016, he joined Northern Premier League Division One South club Kidsgrove Athletic on a one-month loan.
The following day he scored two goals on his debut for the "Grove" in a 5–0 home win over Chasetown. He scored another two goals in a 4 -- 3 home defeat to Bedworth United. On 16 January 2017, he joined National League North side Worcester City on a one-month loan, made his debut that night in a 1–1 draw at Curzon Ashton, he returned to Vale to become a regular substitute towards the end of the 2016–17 season under caretaker manager Michael Brown. He came close to scoring his first Football League goal against Oxford United on 17 April, but his headed goal was ruled out for offside, he started his first league game five days but was forced to spend much of the game up front on his own after strike partner Rigino Cicilia was sent off. He signed a new one-year contract in May 2017, with the club preparing to start the 2017–18 campaign in EFL League Two following relegation at the end of the previous season, he scored his first goal for the "Valiants" with a header in a 3–1 win at Crawley Town on 5 August.
Having failed to establish himself in new manager Neil Aspin's first-team plans, he joined Tamworth of the National League North one a one-month loan deal on 17 January 2018. He arrived at The Lamb Ground in what was an unstable time for the "Lambs", with manager Andy Morrell losing his job due to poor results, Turner ended up playing just three games for the club. Turner was loaned to Scottish Championship club Falkirk in June 2018 in a deal to run for the first six months of the 2018–19 season, he missed the start of the league campaign due to a hamstring injury, though the "Bairns" had sacked manager Paul Hartley and replaced him with Ray McKinnon after suffering defeat in their opening three league matches. The loan deal was terminated on 5 October and the terms of the loan meant that he was unable to play for anyone until January. Vale manager John Askey confirmed. Turner spent time with the Stoke under-23s, Macclesfield Town and Curzon Ashton, before he joined Northern Premier League Premier Division club Hyde United on non-contract terms in August 2019.
Speaking in April 2016, Port Vale teammate Louis Dodds, described Turner as "a clever player with good vision and a good finisher. He's much a modern-day forward." As of match played 6 April 2019