Our Finance and Operations Practice Lead, Paul Sinnott, shares his insight and expertise on Microsoft Dynamics 365 ERP Supply Chain Management (SCM).
We’ll be taking a look at some of SCM’s most essential features, plus a couple which users of the platform may overlook without realising the value they can add.
Warehouse and stock management
Material requirements planning (MRP)
On top of the vast functionality within the application itself, SCM provides a great platform to maximise the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI), mixed reality and Internet of things (IOT).
Finance and Operations Practice Lead, Paul Sinnott, said: “Seeing the way customers are combining D365 SCM with Microsoft’s key investment areas of IOT and AI is really exciting. It’s easy to see how a software solution can significantly impact a company’s supply chain efficiency and agility, from increasing resource productivity and uptime with real-time data through IOT or maintaining optimal inventory using AI and predictive analytics.”
“Transport management is a feature that can easily be overlooked by customers, but provides you with the option to really integrate your logistics activities into your ERP, providing you with greater insight into your supply chain, both in terms of finance and operations.” Paul Sinnott
Finance and Operations Lead
Paul or a member of his dedicated team will be more than happy to discuss Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management and help you determine whether it’s right for your organisation.