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APICS 2009 Convention: Day 3
Today’s general session showcased people from around the world (Mexico, China, Italy, South Africa, Poland, India, Egypt, US, etc.) and their stories about what

saw 3  Some other vendors we saw are offering solutions for inventory management, forecasting, demand management, sales and operations planning, etc. Follow our blog post series to find out specific details on particular vendors and solutions we’re meeting at the APICS Expo.

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