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The Engeman@ software fits the customers@ requirements through tools designed to create fields, tables, KPI@s, reports, integration with other softwares, as

softwares  reports, integration with other softwares, as well as adaptation of the conceptual terminology and operating interface. The terminals access to the database is performed via Browser-Based at any platform or via client-server for local and remote network with TCP/IP. Users have access level by menus, operations, reports and fields. Its multicompany and multibranch feature allows users to create an appropriate hierarchy for the information grouping.

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