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TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of June 25, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSBritish cosmetics company Badgequo selects Epicor ERPIndustry tags: Manufacturing, distribution

peta protest photos  easier analyze tera- and peta-octets  of data. Also, a new connector between ENOVIA and SAP is provided, as well as integration of ENOVIA with the International Material Data System for automotive manufacturers. The new version shows Dassault’s commitment to developing its offering beyond traditional PLM, but the one thing still missing in my opinion is strong functionality for crowd-sourced product development, which may not be necessary for industries like aerospace or transportation, but can prove

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