Five Reasons Why Generic ERP Doesn't Work for Printing and Packaging

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Many printing and packaging companies, over the years, have installed and tried to implement generic Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems. A good idea, it would seem, because ERP has helped thousands of companies around the world improve operations, cut costs, and better manage resources to deliver superior customer service and profitable growth.

If the question is "What system tools can help a printing and packaging company improve customer service, control costs, optimize use of resources, communicate internally and externally, and position the company for growth and success?", the answer is definitely ERP. But it has to be ERP that is designed and built to accommodate the specific needs of the printing and packaging industry. And don't think that modified, adapted, or enhanced ERP will work. The differences and needs of printing and packaging are so fundamental to the basic structure of how ERP works that modification and work-arounds will not suffice.

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