According to the company, the system brings together the functions often performed by disparate software packages, unifying quotation, purchasing, stock, planning, sales processing and time and performance management into a single ERP system.
The software’s interface includes a centralized data tree and drag-and-drop capability. Context-sensitive help and tutorials ensure that implementation goes quickly and that the software can by used by virtually all levels of staff, the company says.
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