Continuously Improving Business Performance at Johnstown Wire Technologies

When Johnstown Wire Technologies became an independent company, changes to its existing enterprise resource management (ERP) system were needed. Their goals were clear: improve the quality of the information it was working with, and at the same time reduce system costs. By partnering with its ERP provider in ongoing enhancements, Johnstown has doubled sales volume to approximately $100 million (USD).
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