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Getting a More Exact Picture of, Well, Exact Software Americas - Part 1
In the early and mid-2000s, I had a fairly close relationship with Exact Americas (at that time called Exact North America). As a result, there were two in

epicor logo  Microsoft Dynamics CRM , Epicor Software with its Epicor ERP suite, Infor with Infor10 ERP Business (SyteLine) , and so on and so forth. But the trouble was with  Exact Globe having decent distribution capabilities, and only light make-to-stock (MTS) manufacturing capabilities to compete with the aforementioned products . The solid professional services automation (PSA) capabilities are not even marketed in the region, given Exact Americas’ manufacturing and distribution pedigree. Thus, even though Exa

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