Virtual ERP and supply chain integration

Authored by Matt Miller
Is Virtual ERP the key to supply chain integration into the business?

The focus on ‘doing the right thing with the right thing’ is the hallmark of all successful businesses, but when they look to an ERP system to help them manage their business, the selection of the ‘right tool’ is made difficult by an initial decision between ERP of best-of-breed tools.


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This article was first published in MHD magazine.

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