Manufacturers and distributors know how critical inventory management is. In fact, manufacturers and distributors who maintain proper inventory levels often enjoy increases in sales. Knowing how much inventory you have, how much you need for future sales and how to account for anomalies helps you plan for demand. Good demand planning solidifies how much product to manufacture, how much raw materials to keep on hand, and how much to ship to different locations. Likewise, distributors must forecast customer demand. All of that is easier said than done, but there are tools to help you sharpen your demand planning.
For thriving service companies, the right enterprise and business software can make all the difference between maintaining the status quo and scaling up to the next level. Progressive and innovative service companies are looking to create new business models that disrupt the status quo. Here’s how they do it.
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As your manufacturing and/or distribution business grows, it’s common to feel overwhelmed with increased orders and pressure from growing prospects. Today’s business environment demands efficient, transparent and automated order fulfillment. It’s what differentiates your business and creates loyal customers who buy more and become brand advocates. NetSuite Order Management enables you to meet and exceed rising customer expectations for quick, accurate order fulfillment, while profitably scaling your business. Let’s explore how you can grow and organize your business with NetSuite Order Management.
It’s no coincidence that the software that allows you to manage all key business functions has a strong appeal for marketers. With marketers in mind, NetSuite combines marketing, sales, service and accounting in one unified cloud platform, making it easy to get a real-time, 360-degree view of customers and prospects. In NetSuite, the data for all your sales and marketing functions reside within one database and does not require a single software integration. Most customer relationship management (CRM) and service systems, for example, require an integration with your accounting system - but that’s not the case with NetSuite.
NetSuite’s Fixed Assets Management provides you with the power to eliminate spreadsheets and manual effort from your company’s asset and lease management processes. Today, I’m breaking down how easy it is to navigate this module in five simple steps. Let’s jump in!
There are a lot of reasons people land on our website looking for a new ERP system. More often than not, those organizations really just need a facelift for their existing software systems, rather than the whole song-and-dance of a new ERP implementation. Here are the top two cases where a new ERP system might not be necessary: