Why Generic ERP Just Isn't Enough

July 2005
Metal Center News;Summer2005 Supplement, Vol. 45, p12
Trade Publication
The article offers information on business areas that enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions should address to meet the specific needs of the metal industry in its operation. It discusses that ERP should be able to allow the user to review material on order, enable the company to instantly retrieved historical cost and pricing data, maintain a managed inventory record, and provide proper documentation for customers.


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