Master Complexity with Apparel and Textile for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009

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For apparel and textile companies, delocalized production and complex supply networks make it difficult to coordinate with trade partners and maintain product traceability. Price pressure, competition, and demanding customers erode margins and increase the urgency of cost control and fast time-to-market. Discover software that can help these companies integrate information, improve efficiency, and enhance profitability.

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