Bundling several important food management capabilities, To-Increase Food Accelerators help you make business operations more productive and provide better visibility and control.
Food Accelerators include comprehensive asset and maintenance management capabilities such as asset tracking, finance, purchasing, inventory keeping, and scheduling. They also let you track catch weights accurately and efficiently, and apply alternate units of measure to items. Several financial tools help you manage deductions, promotions, and rebates as your operation requires.
The solution’s repacking utility supports a common food management task, that of creating a new item, with the right item quantities as well as the costs for items, labor, and packaging. Throughout such food management areas as deductions, promotions, rebates, repacking, catch weights, and asset maintenance, Food Accelerators for the Dynamics 365 Business Central ERP solution help you record, understand, and reduce your costs, so you can easier maintain healthy margins.
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Food Management & Distribution for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
Throughout your food management operations—purchasing, warehousing, data collection, inventory management, and sales—To-Increase Food Accelerators provide catch weight functionality for accurate tracking, costing, and pricing of varying weights.
You can fully track the status, history, work orders, parts, downtime, and costs associated with your equipment and facilities; plan and perform timely, cost-efficient maintenance; record maintenance actions, costs, and resources in a number of different business categories; and create specific maintenance schedules for each asset.
Alternate units of measure
When you sell products in different-size packages and wish to track the number of packages as well as the actual weight or volume sold, you can use alternate units of measure to set up items with two units of measure. You can incorporate these into inventory management, pricing, and reporting.
Deductions, promotions, rebates
Record, allocate, write off, and transfer customer deductions, apply them to invoices, manage them to within general ledger accounts, and calculate promotions and rebates for customers and vendors according to your own food management criteria.