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 5 ways for preparing for your 2010 job search


Prescient 5
Prescient 5, the company's flagship software, covers four areas of supply chain planning: demand, supply, collaboration, and performance measurement

5 ways for preparing for your 2010 job search  5 Prescient 5, the company's flagship software, covers four areas of supply chain planning: demand, supply, collaboration, and performance measurement. Prescient 5 is a fully integrated supply chain planning suite, architected with a common data model and user interface across all modules. The company intends its solution's thin client footprint, n-tiered architecture, and auto-update features to require minimal IT resources.

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