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Old 22nd March 2017, 23:33
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LN 10.4 Sales/Shipping Schedules
Baan: Other/Unknown


Does anyone currently use LN10.4 without Auto Connect (aka Automotive Exchange) and works specifically with Daimler/Freightliner sales and shipping schedules?

We are currently experiencing issues while trying to keep our Accum's working as they had in Baan IV Supply Chain (NAS0). I know LN doesn't contain the Supply Chain functionality. We would just like to talk (or email) with a Infor customer if someone similar to us is on Baanboard.

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