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Midsize Business ERP Implementation Gains Stronger Competitive Advantage

Source: SAP Seeking a solution to compress lead times and better customer service, Schumacher Elevator Company, a manufacturer and installer of passenger and freight elevators, implemented a SAP enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. In doing so, it enabled online ordering and customer service, and boosted its competitive advantage in just nine months.

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Since 1980, abas-USA has provided cost-effective enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions to small to midsize firms.  ABAS serves make-to-order (MTO), engineer-to-order (ETO), and assemble-to-order (ATO) manufacturers and distributors in the following industries: automotive, electronic, fabrication and assembly, machinery, instrumentation, pump, valves, vacuum, aerospace, and other high-tech industries. ABAS supports lean manufacturing practices, Kanban, and just-in-time (JIT) environments. Operating on LINUX, Unix, or Windows, abas ERP has flexibility, scalability, and ease of use. Read More...
DPAS Ratings and Selecting ERP for Aerospace and Defense
Source: IFS Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS) ratings are driven by regulation, but can be turned into a competitive advantage in the market for an aerospace and defense contractor or manufacturer running the right software. Selecting the right enterprise resource planning (ERP), enterprise asset management (EAM)), and other enterprise software is a challenge, and this white paper contains tips for a successful selection. Read More...
Today's Challenges in Specialty Retail: How to Gain Competitive Advantage by Using Business Insight
Source: TECTURA Corporation Specialty retailers have to compete with multinational chains with deep pockets, vast scales of economy, and the most advanced technological tools. Smaller businesses must arm themselves to plan effectively plan and respond quickly to problems and changes. This paper shows how retailers can improve their business processes with integrated systems using analytics that can provide actionable reports and insight. Read More...


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