For manufacturers, efficiency and flexibility are crucial for processes that are smooth. As the leading supplier of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in the production industry, Microsoft has taken these vital factors into account using its Dynamics 365 Business Central solution. Business Central is gaining ground by focusing on business intelligence and process improvement. Business Central can play a part in a manufacturing or assembly environment.
Listed below are 6 Ways Business Central may be used to boost your assembly/production processes in a production environment:
- Ability to store and control the surroundings
In situations where the subassemblies are built-in inventory for use in procedures with raw materials or other subassemblies to make a final product, the system can be configured as follows:
- The sub-assemblies can have an assembly policy for warehouse manufacturing in which the replenishment system takes an account of demand (high need for actual orders or low demand for forecasting or planning parameters such as the order purpose or safety stock) to make sure that the stock of the sub-assembly is determined by an optimal level to support the final assembly or production of the finished products used with these parts.
- Finished products can have a contract Manufacturing /assembly coverage in which the replenishment system checks difficulty in demand for products to ensure that orders are placed to meet with challenging demand.
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