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ERP Plus and Beyond
ERP Plus provides tools that metal fabricators need to streamline their quoting, order entry, inventory control, production, labor collection, shipping, and

erp description of  ability to drilldown into ERP Plus work statements describing how the work is done. The organization charting feature also allows users to drilldown to workflows related to a selected job. All diagrams can be modified fairly easily, and administrators will likely appreciate the consistency and control, just as users will likely appreciate the intuitive drag-and-drop features. The module also enables process costing; job description reporting; bookmarking; data migration; consistent and verifiable

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