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system. That kind of ERP system is available to you, and you can learn more about it in the case study Natural Factors & SYSPRO: Partners in Health . You'll find out how a leading health products manufacturer got hold of an ERP system that not only facilitated the production, packaging, and shipping of millions of tablets and capsules every month, but was so intuitive and easy to use it allowed the company to remain completely focused on its business activities. Information technology should work for
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