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Focused Functionality: Key to Ganong Bros.' Success

Source: Sage
In 2002, Ganong, a midsize confectionery, selected Sage ERP X3 to fulfill its requirements for a software application with both batch and discrete capabilities for their mixed-mode manufacturing processes. Since the implementation, Ganong has reduced billing errors, and improved the accuracy and timeliness of production.


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