Industry Solutions - Logistics & Supply Chain

Logistics and Supply Chain

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central provides an ideal platform for managing your logistics business.

At Ingenious ERP we understand logistics and supply. We understand the pressures you face and what you need to manage your business. We have the experience of implementing and supporting supply chain systems.

In our experience, good supply chain management goes beyond just good software. It is about understanding the supply chain and ensuring you have the tools and information to make the best decisions, as and when you need to. We work hard to understand your business. We will closely examine your processes and goals. We mostly use Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central as our core ERP system and we will work with you to design and configure it to deliver a fully integrated supply chain solution.
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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central can be configured to provide much of the requirements for logistics and supply chain. It’s open nature and API support allows ready integration with other optional support modules and third party systems.

Good supply chain management comes down to one important question: will you have what you need at the right time, the right quality, and the right price to get the job done?

Contact us for more details.
Our Solutions can cover the following:
  • Inventory management
  • Order processing
  • Profitability analysis
  • Trade spend management
  • Pricing and promotions
  • Financial reporting and analysis
  • Shipping and receiving
  • Warehouse management (WMS)
  • Purchasing and procurement

Some Industry Sectors

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Steel Distribution & Fabrication
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Manufacturing & Processing
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Logistics & Supply Chain

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