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concert or to the opera, and—trust me—the APICS Conference was nothing like that. We did have fun, though, because we met some very interesting vendors (IBM was my favorite, because of its “Smart Market” initiative—follow our up-coming blog to learn more) and we attended some very great sessions and workshops. However, it wasn’t much fun when a vendor told us it doesn’t want to fill in a request for information (RFI) because its competitors will steal the information from TEC’s IT
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