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Lean Principles for Implementing ERP in Midsize and Large Enterprises

Source: Corning Data Services Inc
Lean Consulting just makes sense. Elimination of nonvalue-add activities and personnel, along with streamlined processes and a roles-based implementation methodology will always reduce wasted time and money. It’s a model that can deliver implementations on budget and on time consistently.


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