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ABIS, Inc Ranks in Top 20 most Popular MRP Software

September 05, 2017
By Simon De Brito
ABIS, Inc has been recognized as one of the Top 20 most Popular Material Requirement Planning (MRP) Software by Capterra. The famous comparison platform helps millions of people find the best business software through users reviews, ratings, infographics, and the most comprehensive list of the top software in various industries. Started in 1999, Capterra now hosts over 200,000 software [...]
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ABIS, Inc Ranks on the Inc. 5000 for the 5th Consecutive Year

August 22, 2017
By Simon De Brito
HOUSTON, Texas., Aug. 22, 2017 – ABIS, Inc, a leading Industry-specific ERP Software for the Manufacturing, Construction, Metal, and Service Industry today announced that the company has been included in the 36thannual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. This list rewards the most innovative and outstanding businesses across America. [...]
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10x Faster and Simpler Sales Cycle with this E-Commerce Module for ERP

As a manufacturer, your sales techniques have probably evolved in the past decade. Your website is now the first thing your clients find when they search you; it is the interface that gives them the first impression of your company and your products. Many manufacturers have invested in great websites with lengthy product descriptions, success stories, and video demos, but what if your website [...]
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Section 232 Will Raise the Price of Steel: How do you Protect your Margins?

If you’re in the steel industry, then you’ve probably heard about the investigation on the effects of imported steel initiated under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962. Under Section 232, the Secretary of Commerce has a maximum of 270 days to determine whether the quantities or manner by which steel is imported into the United States from other countries threatens national [...]
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7 Ways an Utility ERP Improves Productivity

Managing a business is challenging and even more difficult with companies in the utility industry. You have a remote workforce, logistics and a work schedule to keep. In addition, there are also things like inventory, sales, and administrative tasks. For a utility business, it is important that all these different areas of the business work together, which is something that an ERP system can be a [...]
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The Benefits of Tracking Your Business' Items, Assets, and Inventory

Your business is a unified organization and your inventory should be as well. It may not seem important in the midst of a busy work day, but disorganized storage and tracking of your items, assets, and inventory could be costing your business a lot in both time and money! Without realizing it, you could be re-ordering items you already have or losing inventory to damage or shrinkage. Centralized [...]
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This Week in Metal and Manufacturing: Keys to Success, Innovative Roofing Design and a Plan for the First 100 Days

3 Areas of Success for a Manufacturing Company We will start this week’s review with an article from the Director of the Center for Small Manufacturers, Ken Maisch. He details three operations that are, according to him, essential for a manufacturer to succeed nowadays. The first one is the market knowledge and capability to deploy the right go-to-market strategy. From competition to customer’s [...]
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TWMM: A Brand New Map Of Houston's Construction Projects and the G20 in Action for the Steel Industry

TWMM or This Week in Manufacturing Metal, is a weekly recap of the most important news in the Manufacturing, Metal, and Construction Industry. This week, we have an interactive map of the (numerous) construction projects in Houston and a group of world leaders who will take actions to reduce the excess of production in the Steel Industry.
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This Week In Water Industry: A Viral Photo, Awards, and A Call For Change

Utility worker's submerged photo goes viral If you missed it, this was the photo of the week in the Utilities Sector. Jamie Cox, an Acton Municipal District employee here in Texas, is seen submerged headfirst in muddy water, trying to clamp a busted line.
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This Week in Manufacturing: Reshoring Initiative, and Worker Shortage in the Construction Industry

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