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SouthWare Excellence Series: Making Excellence Easier Part Five: Competitive Analysis and User Recommendations
Most products have moved toward support for business management functions and exception management. SouthWare has embraced this concept at all levels, providing

navision hungary  ( Great Plains , Navision , and to some extent Solomon from Microsoft Business Solutions , MAS 500 from Best Software ), and finally manufacturing products that also compete in the distribution space (e.g., Syspro from Syspro ). Service management can be thought of as activities supporting both manufacturing and distribution functions and, as such, SouthWare will find itself in competition against the same distribution products as well as to a lesser extent manufacturing products. SouthWare's strength and

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