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TEC Helps K-Tron Select New ERP Solution
K-Tron is a leading global supplier of feeders, pneumatic conveying components and bulk material handling systems. K-Tron needed help with deciding upon a new

k tron  Helps K-Tron Select New ERP Solution K-Tron is a leading global supplier of feeders, pneumatic conveying components and bulk material handling systems. K-Tron needed help with deciding upon a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to replace its outdated legacy system after representatives from the company’s five sites proved unable to agree on a single set of requirements for the new system. TEC helped K-Tron through this and other roadblocks, with the end result being that K-Tron was able

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