Dynamics NAV has strong pedigree at supporting companies involved with distribution and supply. Whether you are a simple, one location ‘box shifter’ or complex multi warehouse with sub-assembly requirements, NAV can scale to meet your needs.
Certified by Microsoft add-ins such as To-Increase’s NAV Anywhere Logistics, extend the standard functionality into areas such as warehouse handheld devices, proof of delivery and improved shipping operations.
Coupled with Dynamics NAV’s ability to support Sales Order Processing and Finance, Dynamics NAV for Supply Chain connects the whole ERP process from order entry, to purchase forecast, to delivery.
Why choose NAV for Supply Chain Management?
Dynamics NAV has multiple warehouses, zones and bins with special machinery associated and managed as required. The “receive to put-away”, transfers and “pick to ship” can be as simple or complex as required with lot and serial number tracking as standard.
For the finance team, Dynamics NAV tracks all costs associated with the process of bringing in and selling on.
Dynamics NAV helps you manage your stock requirements across multiple locations to ensure you meet customer demand. This includes reserved stock, consignment and managing back orders. Ensuring that you always have the optimal amount of stock to hand is assisted by min / max and safety stock parameters. Machine learning utilising Cortana Intelligence predicts future demand. All integrated to the purchasing area of the application to manage raising, amending and authorising purchase orders.
Dynamics NAV provides the choice of using the CRM functionality within NAV or linking in with Dynamics CRM / 365c (or with a third-party solution using standard tools). This means you can easily progress from quote to sales order, accessing customer specific pricing, stock information and promotions.
As NAV is all integrated and follows your workflow, sales orders can be entered and then routed as required. For example, if there is a concern about customer credit, the order can be routed to the finance team to review and release as appropriate.