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 erp market size 1996


TEC's Mid-market ERP-Distribution Buyer’s Guide
Midsize manufacturers and distributors now have access to an array of powerful software solutions that simply weren’t available before. But with so many choices

erp market size 1996  - pragmatic, but visionary ERP executives that are driven by a desire for smart, but aggressive market growth. Newbasis 2626 Kansas Ave Riverside, CA 92507-2600 951-787-0600 www.newbasis.com Number of Employees: 90 Solution: SYSPRO ERP Revenue: $30 million Oldcastle Signs a Multi-Suite Contract with Lawson Software Company Background Oldcastle Inc. is the North American division of CRH plc and is the largest manufacturer and distributor of building products in North America. Oldcastle operations include

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ERP for Manufacturing (SMB)

TEC's new ERP for Manufacturing (SMB) evaluation model targets the software requirements of small and medium enterprises. If your organization doesn't have many sites to operate, seeks a solid base of ERP functionality, but doesn't want every possible feature of the biggest systems on the market, this model is a good starting place for your research. It covers fully featured accounting solutions with necessary manufacturing, inventory, human resources, purchasing, quality, and sales management functionality. 

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