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open ilm  system implementation. Co-ordination of open sales orders, as well as open purchase orders and open production orders, must be completed prior to go-live. Open production orders are works in process, and existing open production orders are allowed to complete on the old system in order to maintain a level of operational control for the business. New material requirements planning (MRP) runs may be done in the new system, to insure inventory is correct, by taking into account the open production orders

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