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Sunlike ERP
SUNLIKE ERP is an integrated business management system, it refers to the the MRPII standards promulgated by the American Production and Inventory Control

flow diagram symbology  the information flow, capital flow and logistics as the core system architecture design and software development, manufacturing enterprises resources, financial and human resources for the entire monitoring and management. Business activities there is a high degree of correlation, the data closely interlinked. Between thereto adapt SUNLIKE ERP modules are tightly integrated, high degree of data sharing, seamless interface between the data of all modules can be free to achieve two-way and from the track.

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