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March 15, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Not too much software has found its way out of Singapore yet, but software house Huin Computer Systems Pte Ltd has developed an integrated manufacturing control package to run under MS-DOS, Xenix and Unix, and plans to market it worldwide with the help of the local Trade Development Board. Huin’s Manufacturing Resources Planning package, E-2 MRP II, took 10 man-years to complete and was partly financed under the Software Development Assistance Scheme. It has 15 modules and is designed for small and medium-sized manufacturing companies. The software can be run on an IBM XT or AT under MS-DOS, but larger users will need a supermicro or minicomputer running under Unix or Xenix. No indication of price was given for the package.

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