ERP Term
"User Defined Field (UDF) "

UDFs are Fields in the ERP that can be used to capture user-defined data.

User Defined Fields are Fields in the ERP, that can be used to capture data define by the organization. UDFs are a great way to store information specific to your organization or business process. For example, you could create a UDF to track customer account numbers, sales orders, or project codes. UDFs can be added to any record in the ERP, giving you the flexibility to customize the system to fit your needs. 

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