Smart Phone Apps for Service Centers

June 2010
Metal Center News;Summer2010 Supplement, p12
Trade Publication
The article offers information related to the smart phone applications used in metal service centers. It highlights the OpenTrac electronic road price (ERP) systems by Northrop Grumman, which has many functions designed for wireless handheld terminals inside for wireless handheld terminals inside plant or warehouse. It states that the OpenTrac Enterprise ERP Systems were designed to reach the traditional users involved in sales, planning, and operations with integrated e-communications.


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