Case Study: Miniature Precision Components, Inc.

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For nearly 30 years, Miniature Precision Components, Inc. (MPC) supported its operations with an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Though MPC performed well with this legacy system, many custom modifications hindered easy and cost-effective updates. The goal was to get a system that involved less effort and cost, and provided support for MPC’s unique operation requirements. Find out about the system MPC chose.

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