Adopt cloud ERP to build supply chain resilience in these times of disruption.
From severe supply chain disruptions that threaten to halt production to ever-rising customer expectations, manufacturers are facing multiple challenges. They need to walk a tightrope—increase production while minimizing costs, and develop personalized or customized products while meeting global standards. At the same time, they need to focus on preventing downtime and productivity losses.
However, the lack of ready-to-use templates, pre-configured process workflows, and standardization leads to longer deployment cycles and adoption challenges for manufacturing operations on the shop floor. By moving to cloud ERP, manufacturers can make the most of scalable and reusable solutions for inventory management, order management, and procurement to achieve the agility to thrive in disruption.
Drive agile production with TCS Smart Manufacturing and Digital Supply Chain.
Our solution provides a set of rapid implementation tools and accelerators to quickly move both new and existing Microsoft Dynamics 365 customers to Microsoft Cloud and accelerate their digital transformation.
By supporting a role-based supplier qualification process, API onboarding, and a supplier management console experience, it ensures the digitalization of manufacturing processes in just 12–16 weeks.
Key features of the solution include:
Cloud ERP system: Accelerates the inventory process and outbound inventory processing with custom solutions for sales orders.
Regression test suite: Supports maximum returns in the shortest time with pre-built automated solution and life cycle services.
Predictive analytics: Optimizes planning, improves order fulfillment, and enhances the delivery of products and services.
Power Apps: Help manage production jobs on the shop floor, and get real-time clock in/out time for resources and material consumption.
Bill and hold order management: Allows finished goods inventory to be held in third-party warehouses until customers can accept delivery.
Automated costing: Simplifies inventory transactions through online monitoring of sales orders and automatically creating new active costs if the item combination doesn’t already exist.
Achieve faster value realization, resilience, and greater flexibility.