Case Study: VAI Implements E-commerce Solution for Hearing Aid Provider

For hearing aid manufacturers, it’s vital to be able to design a quality product and deliver it quickly. When Widex decided to enhance its e-commerce capabilities to improve customer service and expedite orders, it knew that integrating a robust e-business application into its existing enterprise resource planning (ERP) software was the key to a successful launch. Find out why it took only five months to implement.
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