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A company has two product lines, A and B. If the company is moving from two independent systems for the two lines to an integrated system, what are the requisite changes in required data, information flows, and product flows?

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A company has two product lines, A and B. If the company is moving from two independent systems for the two lines to an integrated system, what are the requisite changes in required data, information flows, and product flows?
Required data:
The data of each of the two lines must be entered separately in such a manner that the data for each of the two lines can be segregated. For instance, if 150 pieces of raw material are delivered the new integrated system must record the number of pieces of raw material that are related to the first line and the second line. Similarly, the new system must be able to record transportation details from suppliers and should assign the details correctly to the product line. Similarly, when there is order fulfillment the data for each of the two product lines must be separately identifiable. For instance, if ...

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