The key to manufacturing and distribution today is speed and agility. The economy is increasingly global and competitive. Supply chain is becoming more demand-driven and customer expectations are increasing. Manufacturers need to deliver great customer experiences, respond to markets, continue to gain operational efficiencies and adapt to changing regulations. Companies have increased pressure to deliver and streamline processes with their customers, suppliers and employees. The expert resources at Stoneridge Software can get you there.
Your systems might be outdated or unsupported. Over time, you might have deployed third party or internal applications to meet changing needs. You might be getting by, but all of this can result in an approach that reduces business agility.
We understand the unique challenges facing your industry and your need to be efficient and cost effective. Stoneridge Software has helped clients attain a return on investment within a short amount of time. We have deployed standard Microsoft Dynamics functionality and have also provided many tailored solutions when requirements demanded customization. The combination of Microsoft Dynamics and the experts at Stoneridge Software creates competitive differentiation for your unique business needs.
Stoneridge Software has deep and broad experience with clients in the manufacturing and distribution industries. Microsoft Dynamics has strong capabilities for the following manufacturers and works very well for mixed mode and multi-mode manufacturers.
- Discrete Manufacturing
- Process Manufacturing
- Lean Manufacturing
“Stoneridge has been an amazing partner in helping us get the most out of Dynamics AX. They are by far the best AX partner that ShoreMaster has worked with. Due to the seasonality of our business, Dynamics has allowed us to maintain the appropriate amount of inventory and helped ensure order fulfillment.”
In the competitive manufacturing and distribution industry, profit margin is directly impacted by costs.
When CFO Mike Polis joined Crown Tonka eight years ago, his first order of business was to gain control of costs. “In order to better control our costs, we had to have better visibility of our inventory,” he said.