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Case Study: When More Than Gourmet Needed a Cost-effective Solution, Enterprise 21 Offered the Perfect Recipe

Source: Technology Group International
Prior to selecting TGI's Enterprise 21 ERP system, Brad Sacks, More Than Gourmet’s founder and chief executive officer, had a vision—to become a culinary leader in providing premium French demi-glace, stocks, and sauces, with a rapid expansion plan to reach European and Asian markets. Today, Sacks attributes much of his company’s growth and success to Enterprise 21. Download this case study to find out why.


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