BAE Systems kicks off business transformation programme

Stuart Sumner
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The defence contractor has selected Infor for ERP and BI, and Camwood for managed application certification

BAE Systems' Military, Air and Operations (MAI) division is launching a business transformation programme in a bid to streamline its core business processes. The goal is to boost performance in ...

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