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Many manufacturers want to circumvent the often long and arduous process of software systems integration by collecting new ERP, supply chain management and other business applications. This might work in the short term, but what does it mean in the long term? And when does a manufacturer integrate rather than add to its data systems? In this handbook, you’ll find information on when and why integration is key -- as well as advice on proper business strategies for integrating software systems.   Access >>>

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  • Implementation spells success for manufacturers
  • Strategize and prioritize integration initiatives
  • Scan the market for your perfect match

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