“You can’t be lean and have disparate manufacturing software systems,” says Robin Schroeder, IT Director, Met-Pro. Met-Pro is a global provider of product recovery, pollution control and fluid handling application solutions. They are also the star of a new Microsoft Dynamics AX case study, featured in the latest issue of Prime Magazine, as an accompaniment to my interview on end-to-end supply chain management.
Due to the very nature of its industry, the products and solutions Met-Pro provides for its clients are extremely technical and exacting. Driven by the need for a solution that would provide more efficient product development, and stronger project visibility, Met-Pro began searching for a solution that would support an automated and streamlined end-to-end manufacturing process.
In 2008, Microsoft Dynamics AX quickly emerged as that solution.
You can request a copy of this case study, via the form to the right, to discover the Microsoft Dynamics AX capabilities that are helping Met-Pro achieve an automated, end-to-end manufacturing process, including:
Global visibility into all project information, including customer designs not yet submitted for quote
Seamless flow of information, including technical quotes to customers and product information into Product modules
Automated and recorded project approvals, ensuring leaner and more efficient product development
“From end-to-end, our entire manufacturing process is automated. We have visibility of the complete value chain so we can provide customers real time updates and can track back all elements and iterations of an order,” continues Schroeder. “Through Microsoft Dynamics AX, we have a better foundation to build a stronger business relationship with our customers.”
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