Five Ways to Make Your Supply Chain More Dynamic with Microsoft Dynamics ERP
Five Ways to Make Your Supply Chain More Dynamic with Microsoft Dynamics ERP
Event ID: 1032559621
Presenter(s): Pam Misialek.
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Microsoft Dynamics GP.
Audience(s): Tech Influencing BDM.
If you strive to become an in-stock, on-time, everything's-where-it-should-be company, you've come to the right place. No matter what kind of business you run, your business needs to run like clockwork. And to do so, you need to be able to examine it—any inch of it—in real time. To have control, you need to know what’s where and when. And with control, you can have more efficient people and processes, a better handle on costs, happier customers and, ultimately, greater profits.

Come to this webcast to see how easy it can be to:

Make a Big Impact with Big Data—Big Data seems to be a hot topic in every industry, but what does Big Data really mean for small and mid-size businesses? And how can it improve your supply chain?

Embrace Change—Adaptability is one the most important attributes of a well-managed supply chain. Fluctuating economic demands—as well as fickle consumer and business buyers—mean today’s businesses must move beyond yesterday’s notion of what’s adaptable. Today, we must be prepared to change course daily, not quarterly, and scaling up and down as your suppliers, your market and your margins demand.

Share Ideas, Not Just Information—Collaboration is the name of the game in supply chain management. Get the systems to collect and share vital supply chain information across our organizations and with your vendors and suppliers to share information and generate new ideas.

Register now to attend this webcast and learn how you can make your supply chain more dynamic.

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Starts: Thursday, April 24, 2014 10:00 AM
Time zone: (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour(s)

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