Case Study: PaR Systems, Inc.

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Headquartered in Shoreview, Minnesota (US), PaR Systems, Inc. provides specialized material handling and automation equipment to many diverse industries. Each of the company’s customer contracts is unique—like a separate job—with charges included for labor and materials in these jobs. Find out how PaR’s engineer-to-order (ETO) solution helps the company manage its contracts—from engineering and manufacturing to final delivery.

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Case Study: IBM's Adoption of Sugar: A Lesson in Global Implementation

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IBM leveraged SugarCRM's user-focused customer relationship management (CRM) to transform its global sales organization, deploying a new system for reps that manage millions of opportunities worldwide. Read an analysis of how IBM completed this task. Read More

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