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Infor SyteLine
Infor ERP SyteLine is a complete enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for midsize manufacturers of discrete products. Infor ERP SyteLine supports single-

syteline symix  SyteLine Infor ERP SyteLine is a complete enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for midsize manufacturers of discrete products. Infor ERP SyteLine supports single- and multisite business entities, and provides the flexibility to add or change business structures as a company expands. There is also full support for multicurrency, flexible manufacturing methods, multiple cost types, and an advanced planning and scheduling (APS) engine. The data model supports functions from engineer-to-quote and -

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