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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail
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Global Software Aspirations
Exact has established a global infrastructure and network of offices offering direct support, sales and services, with the aim of providing customers a

navision hr notes  Macola, Microsoft Solomon and Navision , Epicor Vista and Avante , or Sage Line and MAS . As for whether carrying these different ERP offerings might hinder Exact's ability to create a truly integrated offering similar to that of Microsoft or Sage, this doesn't appear to be Exact's immediate goal. Exact does not want to hastily converge these into a single product and force users to migrate. Therefore, Exact Globe might suffice for many new customers that do not have very heavy manufacturing and

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Software Functionality Revealed in Detail

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Core HR

Core human resources (HR) includes the HR system of record that combines HR transactions, processes, and data. Main capabilities also include payroll management, benefits management, workforce management, and training management.  

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