Enable Manufacturers to Better Manage the Realities of a Changing Production Environment
In a world of constantly shrinking product lifecycles, increased quality and reliability requirements, and enhanced product safety, the technology you use to manage your manufacturing operation needs to be agile and able to adapt to fast-changing business needs. This October, Microsoft unveiled exciting new functionality for manufacturers using Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management that will help your organization meet your goals and become more efficient and productive.
Engineering Change Management in D365 Supply Chain
Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management now includes engineering change management, which gives manufacturers the ability to better manage the product data process and allows products to be defined, released, and revised in a controlled manner.
This additional functionality allows manufacturers to quickly respond to changes in customer orders or component updates while remaining in compliance with regulations and safety standards. This effectively speeds up the process from the start of production to completion, no matter what changes or updates are made once the manufacturing process is in motion, and ensures production lines can stay running without interruption.
With the reduction in manual errors and higher confidence in job and material costs, both engineering and operations departments will benefit from a more efficient process and accurate data.
This new feature adds to the robust functionality of Dynamics 365 for discrete manufacturers. Reach out to the experts at Stoneridge Software to talk about how Dynamics 365 can make your operation more productive. And learn more about the addition of Engineering Change Management during our upcoming session at Stoneridge Connect:
BONUS Session – Engineering Change Management: Introduction of NEW Functionality for Manufacturers Using Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management
Microsoft has recently announced the addition of exciting new functionality for manufacturers using Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management. All manufacturers should plan on attending this bonus session highlighting how this new addition to D365 will help your organization address product data management, version control, and engineering change management. Learn how this new functionality can help you can succeed in a world of constantly shrinking product lifecycles, increased quality and reliability requirements, and enhanced product safety.
Tuesday, October 20