Wisconsin Film & Bag: An ERP Case Study

Wisconsin Film & Bag, a leader in the flexible packaging industry, was set on expanding its business to the global market. The goal was simple: center its business model on superior customer service and quick turnaround. Since implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that could address its unique industry requirements, it has enhanced customer relationships and significantly reduced sales lead time.
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