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In addition, Maurer was charged with developing an IT team to support the new technologies, something NPKF didn't have at the time.
In addition, Maurer "trailed" sales people in the field, associates and pickers in the warehouse, and route delivery drivers to understand NPKF's process from order to delivery.
That, along with input from NPKF's ERP vendor (the NECS Entree system), shortened the list to three who could meet the requirements and integrate with the ERP system.
By the first week of September, NPKF had signed a contract with Front Line Systems, a value-added reseller of HighJump's WMS.
The team was 85% of the way through the process by January 5, but still had to conduct a physical inventory of the entire warehouse, since, after all, a WMS is only as good as the information in the system, and up to that time, NPKF was not keeping an accurate inventory.
Up to 6 t/ha OBRA cob and grain yield increased with level of OBRA, hence 6 t/ha gave highest yield among OBRA treatments and its yields were similar to those of NPKF. The mean grain yield increases given by 2, 4, 6, 8 t/ha OBRA and NPKF were 28, 31, 43, 8, and 43% respectively.