Compliance, quality, throughput, tracking, safety. Those are all points of concern for any manufacturing organization. And while these challenges are certainly nothing new in the industry, the competition for lower cost of labor, cheaper operational costs and readily available raw materials across the global market are making the tackling of these challenges more complex than ever before.
With this year’s Spring release of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, we have already reached the two-year mark of the system’s initial availability to the market. Throughout its journey towards the age of digital transformation, D365 for Finance and Operations has made several improvements and adjustments in order to help organizations achieve even greater operational excellence and productivity.
The finance department is typically seen as being conservative and slow to embrace change. However, there are definite benefits to embracing technological change, such as cloud technologies. One particular application, ERP systems, has moved to the cloud.
This article examines the impact of cloud ERP solutions on the finance department. Read on to learn why a cloud ERP solution might be the right fit for your organization.
Competitive advantage, differentiation, unique value offering, great customer service.
For a long time now, these have been some of the main descriptors manufacturers would use to describe what makes their organization successful in the presence of growing competition. Essentially, if you made a reliable product that served its purpose and took care of customer grievances quickly and professionally, your organization would be able to acquire a loyal customer base and ensure long term success.