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Microsoft Kills a Flock of Birds with One Stone
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Trigo Helps Suppliers Connect
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Case Study: Community College Embarks on Financial Reporting System Implementation
The Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) implemented Business Objects to create a financial reporting system that would run in real time, as opposed to taking

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