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SSA GT Beefs Up BPCS V8 Through Partnerships' Spree Part 2: Market Impact
SSA GT has mostly achieved its most imminent and important goal of enticing existing BPCS customer base to stay on their maintenance contracts. Vendors vying to

jit 2  manufacturing management (MRP II, JIT, repetitive discrete and some process industries), supply chain management (configurable order management, logistics and warehousing), financials, quality management, business intelligence (through Cognos) and some e-commerce. Supported platforms are the IBM AS/400 (now eServer iSeries), HP Unix/Oracle, and also from very recently, Windows NT on IBM Netfinity. Contrast to Competitors Moreover, contrary to Baan and Ross, SSA GT has not been able to cite a slew of new

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