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Solving the Challenges in Manufacturing and Distribution

Source: Oracle Published On: June 22 2012
As customers demand ever greater levels of product customization, manufacturers must be able to respond quickly and efficiently. Production lines designed for a single product must be adapted for multiple products, and traditional methods of supply chain management must be transformed to cope with ever-shorter product lifecycles. This paper explores today’s challenges in manufacturing and distribution.


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