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The Top Ten ERP Features for Proteins and Meat Processing Industries

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For ERP markets, what traditionally has been known as the “meat industry” has expanded into “the proteins industry,” which includes many non-meat sectors. This is because consumer demand for meat has expanded to all sorts of protein-based products that represent alternatives to beef. Know the top ERP features that are necessary for proteins and meat processing companies to run their businesses efficiently and effectively.


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