How ERP systems must meet the challenges of automotive suppliers

November 1998
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Nov98, Vol. 110 Issue 11, p64
Trade Publication
Focuses on the requirements being found in the versions of enterprise resource planning (ERP) system used by automotive industry. Information on TRANS4M from CMI-Competitive Solutions Inc.; Functions of just-in-time environment; Information on electronic data interchange; How the QS-9000, an automotive mandates affected the ERP systems.


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