D365 Supply Chain Management

D365 Supply Chain Management meets the challenges of the modern supply chain with visibility, flexibility, insights, and efficiency

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Meeting modern supply chain challenges

Global supply chains face global problems, whether due to regional conflicts and local disasters or international trade wars and worldwide pandemics. More than ever, businesses need visibility to get ahead of potential issues and adaptability to overcome disruptions and better mitigate risks.

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Now providing greater flexibility

Formerly part of D365 Finance and Operations, D365 Supply Chain Management is now its own application to provide you with more personalized and detailed services. It’s easier than ever to bring the capabilities of IoT data, production instructions, and machine learning AI together into one cohesive system to manage your entire supply chain.

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Improved demand forecasting

Obtain a unified view of your inventory, warehouse, manufacturing, and logistics across time zones and geography for true end-to-end visibility. Integrate your sales and marketing departments to align on future directions as predictive analytics transforms customer data into insights so you can make more strategic decisions.

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Reduced errors and increased uptime

IoT notifications combined with sensor data intelligence makes for improved maintenance coordination to target downtimes as they happen. Stay prepared for any problem with actionable insights that allow proactive steps to improve inspections, repairs, and services.

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Optimizing your workforce

Improve the efficacy of data entry with a real-time, cross-channel view of your entire inventory. While your data is centralized into a single source, your workforce can engage across multiples platforms, including customized apps, integrated third-party systems, and mixed-reality environments. Collaboration portals allow multiple users across the supply chain to independently update purchase orders and inquire on invoice status to increase overall efficiency.

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Less downtime and more streamlined

Actionable alerts notify managers and employees to important sales activity while updates on inventory and stock levels reduce the risk of shortages and highlight possible sales opportunities. Intelligent distributed order management gets the right products to the right locations at the right time to maximize profits. Asset Management, Lease Management, and Fixed Asset modules provide greater support for all aspects of equipment management, from maintenance to depreciation.

Why Hitachi Solutions?

As one of the longest-running Microsoft partners, we have years of experience helping manufacturers work more effectively by utilizing D365 Supply Chain Management. Our dedicated training team uses best-practice tools and methodologies to get you started with confidence for a faster, lower-risk implementation that maximizes the return on your investment.