The furniture industry is thriving. Representing over 12% of all retail sales in the U.S. and valued at over $521 billion worldwide according to Statista, its profitability makes it clear business owners and management aren't sitting back or lying down on the job.
Central to growth is the ability to move product, be it desk chairs, end tables, beds or office equipment. For a recent client of ours, they had no inventory management system and a narrow network of distributors that prevented it from growing their retail sales channel keeping up with the competition and achieving that same level of success.
At least that was the case until we assisted them with the implementation of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and enabled them to expand and perform their back office functions in ways that they were unable to pull off previously.
Take a look at our latest project profile blog. In it, you'll discover:
- What well-known software package they had been using.
- How Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central helped the client rein in its operational expenses.
- What's so special about the landed cost feature of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.
- The specific core modules that helped the furniture supplier better manage its inventory.