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The Steel Manufacturing Industry: What Use Is an ERP System, Anyway?
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system flow diagram  flexibility to configure a system for your particular requirements. With the help of SOA, for example,  it’s easier to “break” an ERP application into small modular components which use industry-specific processes to communicate, interact, and operate. SOA has helped ERP vendors move away from the “one size fits all” methodology—as we all know, no two organizations have the same requirements. In the steel manufacturing industry, the ERP application typically sits on the top levels of the busi

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