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On the other hand, large companies will be the inventors to generate the new ideas while monitoring and controlling the market. A great portion of these large companies' functions will be processing information while a small but significant portion of these functions will be dealing with the final touch and assembly of the finished products. Regardless of size, companies need to have one thing in common, the Universal Standard System, the system that can utilize 11 Since Net-Working will become an essential part of the factory of the future, extensive utilization of computers in this area along with computer Integrated Manufacturing on a large scale with human interaction should be considered by any manufacturer.