Why use Stock & Purchasing for Microsoft D365 CE?
Products in our standard Product databases can be identified as items to be quoted for sale, or as parts.
Products for sales can be broken down into a bill of Material with the relevant parts and sub–assemblies.
The build process informs the factory of the parts to pick and the stock levels are managed accordingly.
Order Manager works with the Stock and Purchasing Module to initiate the build process.
The system makes build decisions based on the stock situation if there are no finished goods then a build order is created.
Users can see the items to be picked and their stock location. Order manager is informed when the stock is available for despatch.
The sales, manufacturing, dispatch and purchasing processes inform the system of stock movements in and out of the factory.
Full transaction history of stock movements is always maintained. Stock can be located in multiple stock locations and warehouses. Users can manually add stock movements due to multiple factors.
The purchasing process
can be controlled by target stock levels, lead times and historical sales levels.
Purchase orders can be generated automatically or manually.
Deliveries work with the purchases orders and manage short shipments and damaged goods with returns.
Quote to Cash Solution
Our Quote Manager CPQ allows sales to search and add product, manipulate the quote output to meet the needs of the customer.
The product database is held in Dynamics and allows for one excel sheet export and import to manage additions and changes and invoicing financial transactions.
Our Order Manager solution works with the Quote Manager CPQ and allows users to manage the complexities of Customer Orders.
Also included in this module is
billing /recurring revenue, sales tax
and invoicing financial transactions.
Our Stock and Purchasing module works with Order Manager to give you greater insight into stock & purchasing information.
Users can make better decisions
to speed up customer deliveries and reduce stock levels.