How connected are you to your company data, your employees, your suppliers, your customers, and your trading partners?
This can no longer be done without going the digital route. Today’s digital supply chain environment relies on the constant stream of data locally and internationally, which means the need for rapid connectivity and fast information sharing, along with the swift application of disruptive technologies for a competitive edge is very important.
The supply chain network environment is evolving and changing, and so does business. So where do you start to evolve your supply chain and benefit your operational output?
You start by integrating Data into a single capable source that meets the needs of your supply chain requirements.
Data is the key to unlocking the benefits of a digital supply chain. Yes, operational planning and execution require increased automation and better analytical tools, including predictive analytical models.
It works the way you want! Microsoft Dynamics NAV looks and works like Microsoft Office which means that you can get to work immediately with no change-over delays. It is also role-tailored to give employees relevant insights for their day-to-day work with accurate and instantaneous information. Data that is so readily available can solve not only today’s problems but also plan for tomorrow. With its cloud and on-premise deployment, you also have the flexibility to choose to work when and where you want – at the office, at home, or on the road.
Automated workflows ease your manual data management requirements. But no matter how you improve operational efficiency, fast access to accurate and real-time data is the only way to fulfill supply chain demand and customer expectations.
Therefore you need to deploy an efficient and collaborative solution for your supply chain demands that integrates data into one accessible place. No more disparate systems and processes that do not communicate with each other.
Full data integration makes it easier to coordinate operations from purchasing to payments, speeding up product delivery, sustaining shorter product lifecycles.
An integrated supply chain management system eliminates delayed communication and any data discrepancies and inconsistencies such as inventory levels.
From a managerial perspective, it allows for speedy collaboration at regional, national and global levels, and enables fast decision-making and approval at various departmental levels.
Lastly, the quality of your workflow system data and its accessibility dictates the quality of your operational responsiveness.
Consider making use of an integrated ERP system like Dynamics NAV to integrate your company’s supply chain needs.