Microsoft Dynamics for Advanced Distribution
Manage order entry, procurement, inventory and shipments.
Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM for Advanced Distribution
Today’s distribution management challenges include:
- Satisfying increasingly demanding customers.
- Increasing visibility into your supply chain.
- Improving inventory controls.
- Controlling operational costs.
- Maintaining labor and operations agility.
- Managing vendor relationships.
To stay competitive, you need to improve your ability to predict and respond to changes in end-customer demand and effectively manage order entry, procurement, inventory and shipments.
As a multi-channel distributor you know that managing your business has become increasingly difficult. With changes in global competition your customers become more demanding, and you have to work harder to retain them. Making new sales is challenging, and you need to differentiate yourself from your competitors.
You need to streamline warehouse operations, improve efficiencies in your processes and get a better handle on your inventory in order to grow. Margins are getting tighter. You need better control over your entire operation.
AKA can help your business with:
- Point-of-Sale Integration, Automated Re-Stocking, and Vendor Managed Inventory
- Marketing & New Customer Acquisition
- Fulfillment & Shipping, including Cross-Docking
- Detailed Demand Trending, Analysis and Sales Forecasting
- Mobile Sales Force Support
- Special Promotions & Discounts
- Financial Risk Management
- eCommerce & EDI Integration
- Warehousing, Procurement, & Supply Chain Management
- Contact Center & Ongoing Customer Management Support
Why Microsoft Dynamics CRM and ERP for Distribution Management?
Microsoft Dynamics CRM and ERP has a proven record for distribution and supply chain management. It can deliver visibility into your sales data, inventory levels, and shipment schedules, giving you confidence in your ability to meet customer demands. But that’s just a start. Microsoft Dynamics ERP can also help you:
- Identify emerging customer behavior.
- Better predict future market trends.
- Keep your inventory lean.
- Make smarter buying decisions and decrease costs.
- Negotiate better terms with vendors and suppliers.
- Improve customer relationships.