Confronting the Immediacy of Now: How Manufacturers Are Using Next-gen ERP to Meet the Need for Speed

First to market. Fastest to respond to customer demand. Fastest to innovate. Just consider how business is consumed with the demand for speed. We even create new terms and acronyms—such as fast-moving consumer goods (FMCGs) or quick-service restaurants (QSRs)—to reflect this dynamic. So how do you ensure your own enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution is enabling you to meet the need for speed? Download this white paper to find out.
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