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Oberfield Architectural Precast Selects Rootstock Cloud ERP
Oberfield Architectural Precast has selected Rootstock Software’s cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to replace a legacy system that has run its

vsi baan  Architectural Precast Selects Rootstock Cloud ERP Oberfield Architectural Precast, a company that performs in-shop drawings, undertakes mold fabrication, and manufactures architectural precast concrete, cast stone, and fiber-reinforced polymer/plastic (FRP) and glass fiber-reinforced concrete (GFRC) products, has selected Rootstock Software ’s cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) system . Rootstock ERP will replace a legacy system that has run its course.   When Oberfield decided to

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