Case Study: US Lumber Group

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US Lumber Group, a building materials distributor, has over 6,000 customers and eight cost centers. As the company grew, it needed a business intelligence (BI) solution to help calculate and analyze activities, including all financial forecasting. It decided to look beyond its planned enterprise resource planning (ERP) upgrade, and chose Cognos. Learn why the company has access to more relevant data than ever before.

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