GlassCell Isofab: Integrating Processes to Improve Visibility and Control

GlassCell Isofab Inc. offers diverse products, from glass fiber to mineral fiber and sound-deadening metal, and operates eight distribution and manufacturing facilities in Canada. After a merger, the company decided to standardize and unify its business processes. See how this SAP® Business All-in-One solution helped GlassCell get an integrated view of the business and more easily scale and adapt to meet changing needs.
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