Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management gives businesses the ability to use AI to amplify visibility throughout their operations. With predictive insights, productivity can be improved since the technology allows the running of different scenarios and then the best option can be implemented.
The key areas of focus here are warehouse, production, planning, and inventory. Managing the quality of products and profitability usually depend on those four aspects and 365 Supply Chain Management gives a business power to enhance them with the Internet of Things.
It also enables automation within different areas of manufacturing which will reduce cases of downtime. A manager is kept in the know about possible stockouts, overstocking as well as the conditions of machines being used within the industry. It is easier to schedule maintenance since you get reports about performance of every machine.
This provides an intelligent procedure for procurement. It starts with identifying the need to purchase certain items, once that is confirmed, a purchase order is generated and forwarded. The entire purchasing procedure can be automated and the business can be sure that all the necessary checks are affected. You have the freedom to set customized checks to be followed when procuring.
This helps you keep track of all the activities within the warehouse that include inventory, orders, and the general condition of the warehouse. The user can customize the way they use these tools and can improve its performance by integrating other software. For example, it can be integrated with the Sales module to ensure that the sales team knows what is in the warehouse and what is out of stock.
A big part of management involves reporting on different processes. 365 Supply Chain Management can generate different reports. For example, a user can receive a report about maintenance carried out on different machines and the next scheduled maintenance will also be recommended. This can be automated using intelligent processes.
To enable easy access to different data, the module makes use of a unified data source that enables users to view all the necessary data on a single interface. This is important for accurate data analytics that can be used for decision making and faster response to client’s needs.
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Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management is priced at $180 per month and this is a plan that can be scaled to suit a business’s needs.
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