ERP in Complex Manufacturing: Improving Collaboration and Visibility

Complex manufacturers face many challenges made even more difficult by the complexity of their products and manufacturing process. See how best-in-class manufacturers are creating a collaborative environment to integrate functionality to produce quality, speed, and agility, providing visibility from product design, to quality control and customer service, leading to more profitable business and greater customer satisfaction.
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