Case Study: BEGA-US

BEGA-US, designer and manufacturer of a broad range of lighting products, was looking to replace its disparate accounting systems with a modern enterprise resource planning (ERP) package that could seamlessly integrate all departments and reduce processing and development times. Find out how VAI’s S2K helped BEGA improve operating efficiency, streamline data management, and reduce order-to-shipment times.
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