MIBiz: Build, Buy or Customize? Manufacturers Take Differing Approaches To ERP

Four years ago, Holland-based Fogg Filler Co. needed a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system because the system it had custom-built in the 1980s was no longer efficient. The company wanted a new system to improve engineering efficiency and to offer a unified platform for enhanced visibility across the company, said Todd Kemme, engineering manager at Fogg Filler, which designs and manufactures rotary filling systems for the liquids industry.

Mar 31, 2013

Four years ago, Holland-based Fogg Filler Co. needed a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system because the system it had custom-built in the 1980s was no longer efficient. The company wanted a new system to improve engineering efficiency and to offer a unified platform for enhanced visibility across the company, said Todd Kemme, engineering manager at Fogg Filler, which designs and manufactures rotary filling systems for the liquids industry...