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Expanding ProE for developing BOM, Routing, costing, book keeping & quoting...aka ERP

Expanding ProE for developing BOM, Routing, costing, book keeping & quoting...aka ERP

Expanding ProE for developing BOM, Routing, costing, book keeping & quoting...aka ERP

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Hello World,

What is the good word for using the ProE parts list for developing into an inventory, routing, shipping, costing and quoting system for a small manufacture of many custom assemblies using the same raw material and some standard assemblies sharing a few components? Is this something that is within there umbrella of modules? Any places or books of reference to gain some knowledge on the subject?

Thank you for helping me NOT dig the rabbit hole, but an interconnect digital organization.

Happy Regards,
MECO MAN

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