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Microsoft Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part Two: Distribution Environments
If you are implementing or considering Microsoft Axapta as your ERP system, or providing Axapta-related services, this note provides an overall understanding of

axapta customers  Supply Chain using Microsoft Axapta by Dr. Scott Hamilton System Usage in Distribution Environments The standardized functionality in an ERP system shapes its usage. Efforts to use the system should be guided by (rather than run counter to) its fundamental underlying design. This section reviews the major design factors affecting system usage in a distribution environment; the next section covers factors affecting usage in manufacturing environments. A distribution environment typically involves the Read More...
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
Customer relationship management (CRM) focuses on the retention of customers by collecting all data from every interaction, every customer makes with a company from all access points whether they a...
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Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Axapta: A Book ExcerptPart One: Sales and Operations Planning
Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Axapta provides an overall understanding of how the system fits together to run a manufacturing or distribution

axapta customers  Supply Chain Using Microsoft Axapta by Dr. Scott Hamilton. The book can be ordered on amazon.com. Part Two will discuss Understanding Planning Calculations . Part Three will present Common Scenarios . Part Four will propose Guidelines and Case Studies . Reprinted with permission from McGraw-Hill Identifying Demands Sales orders identify actual demands. Actual demands drive all supply chain activities when visibility of the sales order backlog exceeds the cumulative lead-time to obtain and ship a Read More...
Microsoft Axapta: Design Factors Shape System Usage Part Three: Manufacturing Environments
If you are implementing or considering Microsoft Axapta as your ERP system, or providing Axapta-related services, this note provides an overall understanding of

axapta customers  communication of basic transactions. Axapta provides integrated e-commerce functionality in several ways, including Biztalk transactions and an enterprise web portal. The web portal expedites deployment using a role-based approach, such as roles for customers, vendors, and employees. The customer role, for example, supports customer self-service so that customers can place orders and even configure custom products. Other roles support information retrieval and task performance by remote users, such as Read More...
Leading Ventilation System Supplier Improves Productivity, Service with ERP Upgrade
Based near Atlanta, Georgia (US), Exhausto sources and configures high-temperature ventilation systems for customers across a range of industries. An aggressive

axapta customers  Ventilation System Supplier Improves Productivity, Service with ERP Upgrade Based near Atlanta, Georgia (US), Exhausto sources and configures high-temperature ventilation systems for customers across a range of industries. An aggressive adopter of new technologies, the company sought to upgrade its Microsoft Dynamics NAV solution to take advantage of... Read More...
RiverOne
RiverOne provides supply chain management software and services for manufacturers to control processes between customers and suppliers. Customers realize

axapta customers  RiverOne provides supply chain management software and services for manufacturers to control processes between customers and suppliers. Customers realize immediate value by deploying the industry's only complete Supply Chain Control System with integrated connectivity, planning, execution, metrics, and exception management capabilities. RiverOne customers have complete control over all customer and supplier interactions including forecasting, planning, fulfillment, procurement and replenishment Read More...
RFID ... For Customers?
Recently I spoke at the National Retail Federation in the center of retail: New York City! The big buzz this year, no surprise, was about RFID.

axapta customers  ... For Customers? Introduction Recently I spoke at the National Retail Federation[1] in the center of retail: New York City! The big buzz this year, no surprise, was about RFID. Since much of the current activity has been focused on logistics—a clear winner as a starting point—we are missing the dialogue on the consumer side of the retail equation—merchandising, and most important, the customer experience. I was pleased to be given a small sliver of time to talk about this at such a huge and Read More...
3 Signs: Is Your Product Configurator Still Relevant to Your Customers Needs?
Stiff competition, declining profit margins, and changing consumer requirements have made mass customization necessary. But time-strapped customers don’t

axapta customers  Signs: Is Your Product Configurator Still Relevant to Your Customers Needs? Stiff competition, declining profit margins, and changing consumer requirements have made mass customization necessary. But time-strapped customers don’t tolerate long sales cycles or unnecessary complexity. A self-service product configurator is one way to give customers what they want, and in a short period of time. Discover the three signs your product configurator may not be meeting your—or your customers’—needs. BEGIN Read More...
Yes, We Have No Bananas: Consumer Goods Manufacturers Serve Demanding Customers
Consumer packaged goods manufacturers have to measure the most important metric of all: orders delivered on time, in full. To accomplish this requires

axapta customers  We Have No Bananas: Consumer Goods Manufacturers Serve Demanding Customers User Requirements The food and beverage (F&B) and fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) manufacturers that supply the major supermarket retailers share many common business challenges, along with a tough competitive environment. This holds true whether the product is food, drink, personal care, cleaning products, or any other product stocked and sold by supermarkets. The customers—huge, powerful, and demanding supermarkets and Read More...
Knowledge at the Point of Action: 6 Ways to Make Sure Your Customers Love Your Company
Exceptional customer experiences revolve around one central principle: knowledge at the point of action (KAPA). Learn how your marketing, customer service, and

axapta customers  at the Point of Action: 6 Ways to Make Sure Your Customers Love Your Company Exceptional customer experiences revolve around one central principle: knowledge at the point of action (KAPA). Learn how your marketing, customer service, and sales systems can work together to drive customer loyalty and advocacy. Read More...
Using Real-Time Insights, HSE24 Gets Closer to Customers


axapta customers  Real-Time Insights, HSE24 Gets Closer to Customers Read More...
Doing Business Right Now-Your Customers Won’t Wait
“Get this to me ASAP. I can’t afford any delays.” Your customer service representatives hear these statements every day. Your clients are demanding speed and

axapta customers  Business Right Now-Your Customers Won’t Wait “Get this to me ASAP. I can’t afford any delays.” Your customer service representatives hear these statements every day. Your clients are demanding speed and quality at every touch point: the days when they’d accept tradeoffs between product quality and timeliness of service are over. Organizations need to adapt to this reality—before their customers defect to the competition. Read More...
How to Achieve More in the Current Economic Climate
The question constantly being asked by Microsoft® customers is, “How can Microsoft® help our company save money?” Customers want an integrated, adaptable

axapta customers  to Achieve More in the Current Economic Climate The question constantly being asked by Microsoft® customers is, “How can Microsoft® help our company save money?” Customers want an integrated, adaptable business management solution that works well with, and is similar to, familiar Microsoft® software. Find out about the solutions Microsoft® believes are the best for helping its customers save money, to gain a competitive advantage and fuel business productivity. Read More...
The Blessing and Curse of Rejuvenating Legacy Systems
Catering to existing and prospective customers is problematic. Existing customers often value their legacy systems because they are reliable and prospective

axapta customers  Blessing and Curse of Rejuvenating Legacy Systems Situational Analysis Every independent software vendor (ISV) finds itself between a hammer and an anvil where they have to cater to the needs of both existing and prospective customers. On the one hand, existing customers wish to preserve their current information technology (IT) assets via appetizing bite-size application upgrades only, and without major disruptive technology shifts. On the other hand, to win new customers, every ISV has to be able Read More...
Case Study: Customers Seeing ROI


axapta customers  Study: Customers Seeing ROI Read More...
Sit Customer Sit
Your customers' perception of your company is formed from the packages that arrive at their receiving dock. What do you think they perceive?

axapta customers  Customer Sit How Did Customers Get So Trained? Sit Customer Sit How Did Customers Get So Trained? Featured Author - Ren Jones - October 18, 2003 The Situation I need that shipped overnight! I need that delivered today! Drop it off to me on your way home? I do not want to pay a restocking charge! Do these all sound familiar? I'd be willing to bet you can come up with a book full of the things your customers expect. But where do they get the audacity to expect the sometimes unreasonable? Read More...

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