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Investing In What's Important

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Auto suppliers have always been challenged with materials planning, scheduling issues, supply chain management and decisions about when and if to invest in new capacity.

Infor suggests it is more critical than ever that suppliers think strategically and invest in what's important for the long-term health of the enterprise.

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