Integrated manufacturing database
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An integrated database system can be used by small and large businesses as a means to incorporate IT in the manufacturing process. It updates, stores and records information, with a view to rapid retrieval.
Some examples of could include:
- Design technology (performing updates of concept ideas)
- Specifications for component parts (including quality control information, test results and manufacturing process plans).
It is capable of performing searches for a particular part that may be present in many different products.
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