Create a Supply Chain That Keeps Customers Coming Back for More

Thoughtware Article Published: Feb 25, 2016
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Strong relationships with your suppliers and vendors can lead to a finely tuned supply chain—a goal for nearly every successful manufacturer and distributor. If you can make these relationships even stronger by improving communication and collaboration, you can take advantage of new opportunities and avoid potential disruptions.

To strengthen relationships with suppliers, you need swift access to reliable data with the right supply chain management tools. That’s where a business solution from Microsoft comes in. From your front desk to your loading dock, Microsoft Dynamics ERP can provide your people with role-relevant information needed to manage financials, inventory, distribution and overall business operations.

This Microsoft case study shows how P2P Logistics, an experienced distributor, was able to streamline operations and improve business relationships by implementing a Microsoft Dynamics NAV on Microsoft Azure. After implementation, P2P Logistics—with a fleet of 17 vehicles delivering approximately 50,000 consignments across the U.K.—gained visibility into each transaction, had access to real-time data to use for business intelligence and planning and was able to look to the future and make plans for new growth.

With a business solution from Microsoft, you can be ready for changing regulatory requirements and customer demands. Increased visibility will make it easier to plan ahead, control production and inventory and respond to customer needs.

Turn your supply chain into an in-stock, on-time, “everything-is-where-it-needs-to-be” operation with a quick-to-implement, easy-to-use business solution from Microsoft. Take a test drive today and register for our live or on-demand webcasts to learn more about our accounting and supply chain management solutions for small and midsize businesses.

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