What use is a manufacturing system if it’s too hard to use?
Easy to learn, simple to use, integrated real-time to financials and other operations modules
Flexible, adaptable manufacturing software that can grow with you
One thing about manufacturing, it doesn’t sit still. Whether it is from technology or customer demand, manufacturing needs to keep adapting and changing. Perhaps your business has added new business units and you didn’t have to think about manufacturing until today? Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central manufacturing allows you to implement manufacturing in a short timeframe measured in weeks and not years. Discrete manufacturing ideally suited to Make to Order and Make to Stock but easily capable of handling other manufacturing modes. Powerful add-on’s are available if you stray into other areas such as Process manufacturing.
Add visual scheduling, shop floor time collection, order configurators, or quality assurance. These are examples of some of the add-on products available to extend the system’s base functionality. Configuration options allow the system to be configured to fit your requirements today or tomorrow.
Why choose Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central for your manufacturing company
The number one reason is – it doesn’t lock you in a box. Some systems look good when you first see them but after banging your head against the wall for a while, you begin to realize the limitations you are living with.
Business Central allows your system to be easily extended by implementing additional advanced functionality, configuration to meet your unique requirements, or through one or more of many powerful industry add-on products. There is almost no limit to what Business Central manufacturing can do, all very cost-effectively.
Key Challenges facing the Manufacturing Industry
Ease of use
Microsoft Business Central for Manufacturing
Frequently Asked Questions
Will manufacturing work with standard cost?
How integrated is the inventory module?
Can I configure production bom’s for unique requirements?
Does manufacturing tie into warehousing?