Supply chain management can prove complex and difficult to manage. Controlling supply chain efficiency is critical as interconnected enterprise networks need to be efficient to efficiently deliver products and services to customers professionally. With the help of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management Module (D365), companies can rest assured that managing their supply chain will become easier. The D365 helps manufacturers solve the problems they face today while preparing them for the opportunities of tomorrow.
Microsoft Dynamics Manufacturing Supply Chain Management helps in many ways, whether it’s workforce restructuring or Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) modernization, as well as overcoming challenges by increasing transparency and gaining better insight into the supply chain processes, and even turning around supply chains by relying on circular supply chains chain and worship economy.
This blog covers three benefits of the Dynamics 365 manufacturing supply chain in more detail.
Streamline your Dynamics 365 supply chain management processes by modernizing ERP and workforce transformation
To date, streamlining your Dynamics 365 supply chain management processes by modernizing ERP and workforce transformation, but the pandemic has made it more difficult. Many have decided to step up their attempts to use technology to meet the challenges posed by persistent labor shortages.
Manufacturers are accelerating the transformation of workforce manufacturing activities, increasing the use of industrial robots, IoT sensors, Artificial Intelligence(AI) and intelligent automation.
As these companies build smarter, more connected factories, they effectively increase the productivity of their workforces, which is one way of easing the pressure on manufacturing from labor shortages.
Dynamics 365 supply chain management visibility and insight
As organizations continue to find ways out of the pandemic, many find that current supply chain management techniques are not suitable for an environment of constant disruption, restrictionand uncertainty.
Additionally, the successful implementation of AI-driven supply chain management resulted in a 15% reduction in logistics efficiency, a 35% reduction in inventory and a 65% reduction in service levels for early adopters compared to slower companies. mobile competitors. This has led to a surge in spending on advanced supply chain solutions that connect disparate systems, unify data, improve visibility into supply chain management functions, and leverage artificial intelligence to provide actionable intelligence for decision-makers.
Circular Economy and Reverse Supply Chain Management
Many companies are working to make our world more sustainable by pursuing environmental as well as social and governance goals.
The creation of circular economies is one method manufacturing companies are promoting sustainable practices. The concept of circularity commonly referred to as the circular economy is the outcome of supply chains being managed in reverse to address what happens to goods after their use-by date.
51% of supply chain professionals expect the circular economy to increase in importance in the next two years after the COVID-19 collapse.
With the growing focus on circular economy strategies, it is critical to recognize that managing manufacturing reverse supply chains requires different operational processes.
To put it another way, manufacturers cannot simply accept products that are no longer in their warehouses or factories. Given the complexity of products and recyclable raw materials, different operations are required to receive the product, inspect it, sort it, and then prepare the raw material so that it can be reused.
Great Innovus helps manufacturing companies transform their existing ERP platforms, dramatically improve supply chain visibility and insight, and promote a circular economy through reverse supply chain management practices. It also enables users to better plan, increase organizational agility, and maximize asset uptime, allowing businesses to operate smoothly and profitably.
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