Supply Chain Glossary - C

computer-assisted software engineering (CASE) or CASE

The use of computerized tools to assist in the process of designing, developing, and maintaining software products and systems.

The integration of the total manufacturing organization through the use of computer systems and managerial philosophies that improve the organization's effectiveness; the application of a computer to bridge various computerized systems and connect them into a coherent, integrated whole. For example, budgets, CAD/CAM, process controls, group technology systems, MRP II, financial reporting systems, etc., are linked and interfaced.


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