ERP Case Study: The Story of Dreco Incorporated

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As a plastics molder, Dreco Inc. required an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that could manage its sizeable inventory. The original application it had purchased ten years earlier delivered a minimum of manufacturing functionality at the greatest possible expense. What did Dreco do about it? It replaced the old system with an industry-specific ERP system, and is now realizing a significant return on investment.

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