November 1, 2001  Volume 2, Issue 450

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INFIMACS Becoming Ever More RELEVANT For Project-Based Industries. Part 2: Market Impact and User Recommendations
by P.J. Jakovljevic
The current market trend industry-wide is towards vendors that can provide comprehensive solutions for medium-sized companies. Relevant seems to have a fair shot at delivering that to project-based discrete manufacturers such as aerospace contractors, contract manufacturers of electronic components, window, door & frame manufacturers, and MRO organizations with revenues up to $300 million.


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Today's TEC Analysis
BRAIN May Still Be Needed In The Automotive Industry
by P.J. Jakovljevic
While BRAIN North America may have all the right cards for the lower tiers of the automotive industry, the road to success will by no means be uncontested.



Technology Notes

INFIMACS Becoming Ever More RELEVANT For Project-Based Industries. Part 1: Recent Developments
by P.J. Jakovljevic
If Relevant Business Systems has for any reason deliberately maintained its INFIMACS II ERP system as one of the best-kept secrets in the complex manufacturing market, it has certainly succeeded so far. However, given a bevy of viable solutions from more renowned vendors, the company will have to spread the word much more aggressively from now on.




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