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Reference Guide to Supply Chain Management (SCM) Features and Functions
This guide to supply chain management (SCM) functions/features will help you determine which SCM features are a high priority for your organization. Learn about

computer parts and their functions  system that allows a computer or set of computers to function. Application tools Application tools are the components that provide the ability for an application or program to work. Reporting Functionality for reporting refers to technical options for generating and delivering reports. SaaS and hosting options This category refers to features for software-as-a-service (SaaS) or hosted solutions Final Thoughts A comprehensive SCM RFP will also include other general considerations, including reseller and

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