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account receivable chart flows  The system uses the account receivable information to determine outstanding invoices before releasing any new orders to the shop floor. This provides single control that insures that shop resources are not consumed by orders from customers who are in arrears. Payment Processing Payment Processing allows the finance division to allocate payments to accounts and discharge outstanding invoices. Product Engineering Product Engineering helps you manage the product introduction and change process throughout

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