Overcome Supply Chain Challenges
Managing inventory, purchasing and manufacturing is a complex and sometimes overwhelming component of your business. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations helps simplify, unify and consolidate disparate information from sales process, suppliers, order fulfillment, product performance and customer service.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations enables a wide spectrum of capabilities empowered by the cloud to support supply chain management and operations.
- Unify necessary information such as product, general ledger, warehouse management, project accounting, and organization administration inventory to satisfactorily complete the production process.
- Control the entire production life cycle from creation, estimation, scheduling, release to period and closure management.
- Standardize processes and share best practices across your company and additional legal entities to guarantee quality control across your product line.
- Implement manufacturing principles, such as make to stock, make to order, configure to order and engineer to order, to comply with the production requirements, logistics and customer expectations.
- Utilize Catch-weight, Process, Discreet and Kanban to accurately track inventory items and costs.
- Use built-in intelligence incorporated in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations to predict when your company need to replenish, ensuring inventory levels are preserved to avoid shortages and lost sales.
- Control inventory across multiple locations and subsidiaries, easily manage reimbursements, generate purchase orders and more to optimize workforce productivity.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations Master Planning allows you calculate requirements and generate planned orders across legal entities. Connect demand and supply information between companies for both short and long-term operations.
- Determine and balance the future need for materials, resources and production capacity to achieve max efficiencies. achieve company organizations. Calculate net requirements based on current orders to control inventory replenishment on a day-to-day basis.