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iCepts Technology Group, Inc.

Dynamics NAV 2016 Warehouse Management Features


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    Microsoft Dynamics NAV is one of the most popular Enterprise Solution today being used by Small to Mid-Sized companies. What makes this robust business management solution so desirable is the advanced enterprise technology management of financials, supply chain, sales, purchasing and warehouse functionality along with deployment options.  Dynamics NAV is a scalable solution that can be deployed on-premise or in the cloud and customers can access their solution through “Role Based” interfaces on their desktop, in a browser, or with a native mobile app on a tablet or mobile device.

    With Microsoft Dynamics NAV you can effectively manage the movement of inventory in your warehouse with functionality such as:

    Automated Data Capture System (ADCS): Capture data automatically. Keep data accurate, even in a hectic environment. ADCS supports some of the workflows in the Warehouse Management Systems that enables warehouse automation.

    Bins: Organize your warehouse by assigning items to bins, the smallest unit in the warehouse logical structure.  Bin assignment is done as according to the item journals or directly to the document lines (does not apply to order lines).

    Bin Set Up: Easily set up and maintain your bins by defining both the layout of your warehouse and dimensions of your racks, columns, and shelves; set up and maintain your planning parameters by defining the limitations and characteristics of each bin.

    Cycle Counting: Manage cycle counting, a basic method of verifying inventory record data used to maintain and increase inventory accuracy. Set up cycle counting on the item or SKU level.

    Internal Picks and Put-Aways: Create picks and put-away orders for internal purposes, without using a source document (such as a purchase order or sales order).  For example, pick items for testing or put away production output.

    Put Away:  Enable warehouse workers to create a put away from the released order. Put Away is managed from a separate user interface when receiving items in an order-by-order environment.

    Pick: Enable warehouse workers to create a pick from the released order. Pick is managed from a separate user interface when shipping items in an order-by-order environment.

    Stock-Keeping Units:  Manage stock-keeping units (SKUs). Identical items with the same item number can be stored in different locations and managed individually at each location. Add cost prices, replenishment, manufacturing information, and so on, based on the location.

    Warehouse Receipt: Enable warehouse workers to create a put-away from the receipt.  Warehouse Receipt is managed from a separate user interface when receiving items in a multi-order environment.

    Warehouse Shipping: Enable warehouse workers to create a pick for the shipment.  Warehouse Shipment is managed from a separate user interface when shipping items in a multi-order environment,

    Warehouse Management Systems: Manage items on a bin level. Receive and put away items in a bin; pick items from a bin according to a put-away template; and pick items based on the zone and bin ranking. Move items between bins using a report for optimizing the space usage and the picking process or move items manually. Warehouse instruction documents are created for the pick and put-away process, which can be carried out for sales, purchase, transfers, returns, and production orders. Service orders are not included.

    Learn about all the Features of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016:

    Posted by iCepts Technology Group, Inc. A Microsoft NAV ("Navision") Partner in Pennsylvania:

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