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Infor on ERP

Too many carmakers and suppliers are struggling with aging enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems that can't keep up with modern manufacturing demands, asserts John Flavin, executive vice president of global manufacturing solutions for Infor.

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Too many carmakers and suppliers are struggling with aging enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems that can't keep up with modern manufacturing demands, asserts John Flavin, executive vice president of global manufacturing solutions for Infor.

Besides hampering a company's agility, these antiquated systems place huge stress on employees trying to extract the information they need to do their jobs, Flavin adds.

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