Keeping Your Promises with CTP

July 2007
Metal Center News;Summer2007 Supplement, Vol. 47, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses the significance of Capable-To-Promise (CTP) system, a component of an overall enterprise software application used by order takers to set more reliable delivery dates and times, particularly in the metal industry's service center. According to the authors, the centers that utilize CTP are increasing their on-time deliveries and improving their production resources. As a result, the centers are able to meet the customer's demand and expected services.


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