ERP, SAP, CRM, B2B-Middleware's the Key

July 2005
Metal Center News;Summer2005 Supplement, Vol. 45, p7
Trade Publication
The article discusses the advantages that the metal service center industry can gain through middleware products in integrating several enterprises management systems. It states that through software like enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management operations are optimized. According to the author, the service center industry should learn to depend less on manual enterprise operation processes, as middleware can automatically performed all those functions.


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