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Case Study: Cadbury plc
To reduce time to market and realize the full value of its intellectual property, Cadbury plc needed to ensure compliance with government regulations. The

cadbury chocolate  two centuries, when John Cadbury began selling cocoa and chocolate in Birmingham, England. Since then the business has expanded through organic and acquisition-led growth to operations in over 60 countries. Today people in almost every country around the world enjoy its products.  To learn more about the company, visit >www.cadbury.com . With Infor, we reduced costs and time to market, and improved our response to consumer and customer queries. PHIL MORREALE, DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL DATA MANAGEMENT,

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