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 csir ugc net dec 2004 result


Infor and VMware Team Up for ERP Delivery Choice
Infor announced a collaboration result with VMware through which the parties confirmed the compatibility of Infor's flagship enterprise resource planning (ERP

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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