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How Much Wisdom Will BRAIN Bring To Agilisys? Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations
As long as both Agilisys and BRAIN remain focused on their industries and do not become too distracted with each other’s verticals, everyone should do well.

analyzis crossover  Two of a two-part analysis of the acquisition of BRAIN by Agilisys. Part One detailed the acquisition and discussed the Market Impact. Common Concerns True, the pressures of the '90s on both automotive suppliers and food manufacturers to streamline manufacturing operations in order to reduce inventory and costs in general, and to increase the overall speed of production, have increased recently by the current economic slump, and these issues are common to both BRAIN's and Agilisys' users. However, to

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