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BizITS
The Biz-ITS enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution is the flagship product of GMA Infosys. Its goals are easy deployability,

biz tld  The Biz-ITS enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution is the flagship product of GMA Infosys. Its goals are easy deployability, usability, functional richness, and to be a cost-effective business application for small and medium enterprises.Developed in Oracle and Developer 2K, Biz-ITS ERP is available in two and three tier architectures, with a four level security system. It is suitable for manufacturing as well as non-manufacturing enterprises.

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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