2011 ERP Buyer's Guide for Medium and Large Manufacturers

Medium and large manufacturing companies face many challenges that threaten to disrupt their operations, processes, and ultimately the growth of their business. This buyer’s guide takes an in-depth look at the major challenges facing medium and large manufacturers today, and how the use of a comprehensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) system can help enterprises address these issues and grow their business.
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