Logistics is the process of planning, implementing and controlling the flow and storage of goods and services and related information from the point of origin to the point of consumption. Supply chain management provides supervision and direction for the distribution system’s various parts, including production scheduling and inventory control, transportation, warehousing, wholesaling, retailing and brokerage. Canadian manufacturers, distributors, retailers, wholesalers, and service-sector businesses reliant on the movement of goods are facing unprecedented supply chain woes.

Below are the five topics that www.techtarget.com, a leading technology newsletter, covers this week; note that all five are related to the Supply Chain! And on the Microsoft partner index, 36% of all searches were for Supply Chain!

Newsletter: www.techtarget.com

LinkedIn Post: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/the-partner-index_supplychain-msdyn365-microsoftdynamics-activity-6840985504880709632-pcgP/

Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management

Modern Canadian companies need a logistics and supply network that is reliable and resilient to shocks. Microsoft offers a robust ERP system – Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, which consistently delivers products on time, optimize resource planning, adapts to changing business models, and helps ensure business continuity while staying profitable.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (BC) has 300,000 installed customers (#1 in small-mid size manufacturers & distributors) and has three main sections:

  1. Accounting
  2. Manufacturing
  3. Distribution
  4. Supply chain to support Manufacturing & Distribution 

Learn how you can start your supply chain transformation with Dynamics 365 

VOX ISM is Canada’s #1 Gold Partner for Microsoft ERP, CRM and Cloud Applications. Join us for an online TEAMS meeting on September 16, 1:30 PM (ET), for 45 minutes to see Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management software in action.

Register here: http://09i.1cb.myftpupload.com/events/