What's New

D-Tech Micro Systems has moved from DOS to Web Based Programs.

Applications in the web environment will continue to build on our past experience in producing transportation based software to meet the needs of the following service based industries:

  • Freight Forwarders
  • Freight Brokers
  • Dangerous Goods
  • Warehouse Operations
  • Air Cargo Operations
  • Local Cartage
  • Purchasing
  • Importers


Dennis Teicher started D-Tech Micro Systems back in the 1980's.

After graduating from Syracuse University in 1973, he went to work for Schenkers International, a major worldwide freight forwarder, in the World Trade Center in New York. After working in the Dupont department for a year, he was made chief troubleshooter for the account, which entailed travelling around the country to the various Schenkers offices handling local problems for the Dupont account.

During the six years working for Schenkers, he was involved in all aspects of the freight forwarding business including traffic, freight rates and documentation. In 1978 he was sent to Philadelphia to open the Schenkers office there.

During this time he also became involved with Cardis and EDI; early attempts by the freight community to automate the shipping process between shipper, carrier, forwarder and government agencies. Having little computer experience, he took college courses at night in systems analysis and design which ultimately led him to programming.

Starting with a program called Dbase II, he began writing freight programs and during the 80's and 90's developed DOS based programs for freight forwarders, airlines, truckers and warehouses which are still operating today.

In 2008 D-Tech began developing web based solutions using PHP and MYSQL utilizing the knowledge gained over the past 20 years in the freight programming business.