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Are You Still Confused About APS, SCM and ERP?

Organizations in manufacturing and retail are now using multiple applications like enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), and advance planning and scheduling (APS) to optimize the production and distribution processes. Each business application has its own features and functions, but there is a definite overlap between these applications. When these applications integrate with each other they can deliver optimized business operations and increase return on investment (ROI), which gives greater value on investment (VOI) for the organization. In an in-depth article, analyst Khudsiya Quadri of Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) explores the major differences between APS, SCM, and ERP are and how these applications complement each other.

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Organizations in manufacturing and retail are now using multiple applications like enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), and advance planning and scheduling (APS) to optimize the production and distribution processes. Each business application has its own features and functions, but there is a definite overlap between these applications. When these applications integrate with each other they can deliver optimized business operations and increase return on investment (ROI), which gives greater value on investment (VOI) for the organization. In an in-depth article, analyst Khudsiya Quadri of Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) explores the major differences between APS, SCM, and ERP are and how these applications complement each other.

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