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Supply Chain Solutions

Supply Chain Solutions

Elevate the business value of the supply chain with the best possible accuracy, productivity, and visibility

Supply Chain Solutions

For distributors, retailers, and manufacturers, increasing complexity of supply chains and supply chain networks combines with intense competition and changing market conditions to prompt companies to take a fresh look at the productivity of supply chain operations. Many businesses also look for more efficiency and consistency in how they serve customers, manage relationships and resources, control costs, and increase the performance of people and processes. And, at all levels of the organization, decision-makers need the ability to plan, forecast, respond to change, and enable growth, in a reliable and timely manner.

Supply Chain Solutions for Microsoft Dynamics AX Supply Chain Solutions To-Increase Supply Chain Solutions for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 facilitate efficient, dependable supply chain planning and execution across all processes and areas of the value chains in which distributors, manufacturers, and retailers engage.

To-Increase Supply Chain Solutions for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 facilitate efficient, dependable supply chain planning and execution across all processes and areas of the value chains in which distributors, manufacturers, and retailers engage. That includes the warehouse, inventory management, the inbound and outbound flow of goods, information exchange and communications, and specialized systems. Supply Chain Solutions integrate with and are built on the basis of Microsoft Dynamics AX, the enterprise resource planning (ERP) system highly regarded for its ease of deployment and adoption, and its ability to follow the way people and companies work. The architecture of the Supply Chain Solutions is modular, so you can determine whether you want to deploy all of the functionality or scale your implementation step by step. By implementing To-Increase Supply Chain Solutions into your business, you can gain unprecedented levels of accuracy, productivity, and visibility across your entire supply chain.
Supply Chain Solutions offer an intuitive user environment that is easy to learn and navigate. Your employees can comfortably access the solution on the specialized devices and computers they already use.

Supply Chain Solutions enable you to:

  • Give all of your supply chain teams and managers a central, current, complete resource for all decisions, planning, operational management, and process optimization related to your company’s value chain network.
  • Introduce new levels of efficiency and agility by automating and standardizing workflows, and by designing optimal processes and implementing them consistently.
  • Move your business forward with a connected infrastructure that closely connects people, systems, data, and processes across the supply chain.
  • Give supervisors and managers complete visibility to direct supply chain operations for best performance and efficiency.
  • Enhance customer service with uncompromised accuracy of order fulfillment and shipping, faster turnaround times, and the ability to support customer-specific requirements with delivery rules and wave planning.
  • Simplify and accelerate communications and information exchange with suppliers, trading partners, and customers by using electronic document interchange (EDI).

Key components of the Supply Chain Solutions suite are Warehouse Management,  Supply Chain Design, and Supply Chain Integration. Supply Chain Solutions deliver advanced supply chain management across a broad spectrum of industries, and have proved to be a particularly excellent fit for distributors, manufacturers, and retailers.

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    How to Create Security Roles to Give Users Access to Specific Functionality of To-Increase Data Collection Studio

    posted on 03-06-2014 23:45 by Rishi Khurana
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    In To-Increase Data Collection Studio for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, you can assign users security roles to enable or disable solution functionality for each user. Today, I show you what steps developers should take to create security roles and provide users with the capabilities they require. You can use this example as a model to create your own roles and assign them to users. In the design of Data Collection Studio, we aim for the best possible combination of worker productivity and information integrity. When employees use the solution through their security roles, they can easily get to exactly those functions they need, without accidentally or intentionally touching data or processes they should not have access to. Read the full story

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    Demand Signal Repository Systems Enable Companies to Optimize the Supply Chain to Meet Actual Customer Demand

    posted on 05-05-2014 23:21 by Rishi Khurana
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    To help them meet actual customer demand and perform more accurate demand and supply chain planning, companies are looking for more meaningful and timely information. One increasingly popular approach is to create a demand signal repository or DSR. A DSR is typically a cloud-based service that captures, cleanses, and stores data and makes it available for business analytics. A DSR connects directly to customer-facing and supply chain systems, so it is not dependent on intermediate data gathering and reporting. Companies can make supply chain adjustments and meet customer demand faster and with greater accuracy. Read the full story

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    Transforming Supply Chains for Better Cost Control and Increased Customer Satisfaction with Supply Chain Event Management

    posted on 05-05-2014 19:56 by Rishi Khurana
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    Today’s supply chains are as sprawling and fast-moving as never before, with increasing complexities and high risks of possible disruptions and delays caused by many possible events. The need for ever-better visibility of supply chain events has resulted in SCEM or supply chain event management, a cloud-based system that relays supply chain information across organizational and geographical boundaries. Social and mobile capabilities are key in making SCEM pay off. Read the full story

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    Eight Key Criteria for Establishing the ROI of To-Increase Data Collection Studio for Microsoft Dynamics AX

    posted on 22-04-2014 16:51 by Rishi Khurana
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    Sometimes, the return on investment (ROI) from a technology acquisition is hard to calculate, difficult to quantify, and can take a lengthy, expensive effort to establish. Getting to the ROI of To-Increase Data Collection Studio for Microsoft Dynamics AX is comparatively uncomplicated. Data Collection Studio ROI is a compound of a variety of factors. When you make use of the solution, you accelerate, simplify, and reduce the cost of actions taken by IT administrators, warehouse teams, and managers. You also avoid several conditions and events, including errors and inefficiencies. Today, we take a closer look at the factors that contribute to a strong ROI from this solution. Read the full story

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    Social Media Are Transforming Supply Chains for Better Efficiency and Economy

    posted on 23-01-2014 23:54 by Guido van Osch
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    If you want to see ROI from social media, the supply chain is one place to look. Supply chain networks and social media are made for each other. Enterprise social media can be the resilient, always present connection between the many participants and information sources in a supply chain network. If businesses use social media effectively in their supply chain operations, they can make people and processes more productive, serve customers better, and generate savings and efficiencies. Success in this effort depends largely on two factors: the best match between business requirements and technology tools, and a strategic, controlled approach to supply chain and social media integration that is based on measurable goals. Read the full story

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    When Hype Becomes Relevant: How Innovation Cycles Work with ERP

    posted on 17-12-2013 20:56 by Guido van Osch
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    Sooner or later, most hype cycles become practical and result in technology that is valuable for you or your business. It pays to learn about the cycles of hype and innovation, especially if you can avoid the distracting noise that always happens when a promising technology first receives large-scale public attention. To-Increase watches innovation cycles very closely, especially as they affect ERP, the industries we serve, and the solutions we offer. We want to enable our customers and partners to take practical advantage of new technology as soon as it achieves the right level of maturity. Here are a few observations about hype and innovation cycles that you may find helpful in making sense of technology trends. Read the full story

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