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Syspro Hatches 'Encore' IMPACT On SME Manufacturers. Part 2: Market Impact
While Syspro’s recent product release does not necessarily represent a major ground breaking, its broad and well-attuned offering for small enterprises should

navision on linux  competitors like Made2Manage, Epicor, Navision and Microsoft Great Plains have been busy delivering the first software components based on that architecture. Syspro also trails these competitors in its ASP/hosting, private trade exchange (PTX) and/or collaborative portal solutions strategy and delivery. User Recommendations  Syspro's target market, general multi-site and multi-national discrete manufacturing companies and their divisions with up to $150 million-a-year revenue range and up to 100

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