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The Importance of Data in Manufacturing
In a world where data consolidation and analysis are becoming ever more vital to business, it can be difficult to know how to best set up your organization’s data strategy to meet future demands. Furthermore, in the business of manufacturing, where there are so many proverbial moving parts and areas to focus on, it can be challenging to note the advantages and cost savings associated with a coherent data strategy when compared to other areas of the organization (i.e. sales, operations, research and development, procurement, quality assurance, etc.). However, having access to well-defined and accurate data can lead to insights and cost savings that propel a manufacturer to the next level of their business as well as outperform competitors, for several simple and powerful reasons cited by Kevin Snook, author of Make It Right: 5 Steps to Align Your Manufacturing Business from the Frontline to the Bottom Line. If you […]
Warehouse Cycle Counting with Business Central
What is cycle counting? Let’s be honest, setting up and processing inventory counts on a regular basis is one of the least exciting parts of running a distribution business. In reality, there is no one who enjoys undertaking this tedious activity. In fact, rather than addressing this need, many choose to ignore it, especially if they have a lack of resources and time. However, performing cycle counts on a frequent basis and aligning them correctly within your warehouse(s) is critical in achieving better metrics for inventory accuracy, turnover ratio, lead times and delivery dates. In this blog, we’ll explain how all of this can be accomplished using Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (BC) with its ease of processing a count. Warehouse cycle counting is a perpetual counting system where a small subset of inventory, in a specified location, is counted on a specified day. By performing cycle counts, you are […]
Read This Before Importing Contacts to Business Central
With the recent “Edit in Excel” and enhancements to Configuration Packages, importing data into a new Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (BC) Company is more streamlined than ever before. But I recently encountered issues with the Business Central Contact List during the data migration phase of a project. The issue: thousands of Contact records that were not intended to be there. What made matters worse? At first attempt, it seemed near impossible to delete the records. One more tick in my daily grind where I scream to the BC gods, “Bring back my Object Designer!” Normally, a little bit of research on the Microsoft Partner Portal, forums or Microsoft documentation will give some good tips and tricks for handling this massive amount of records. There is some great intro training on Marketing and Business Central Contacts in the MS documentation here. Sadly, there is nothing on my current dilemma. But, […]
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