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Posts Tagged ‘Inventory’

Top warehouse inefficiencies to address in 2018

Warehouse operations represent a critical part of the U.S. supply chain, particularly as more consumers seek out e-commerce and online retailing options. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of American warehouses has risen by about 15 percent since 2010. As the distribution industry continues to grow, warehouse operators must ensure that their […]

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The Cost of a Mispick: Improve the Bottom Line by Reducing Errors

When a customer receives a shipment, they expect everything to be in order about their order. Consumers anticipate that their deliveries will contain all the items they ordered, in the right color, size, amount, etc. They expect that their orders will arrive on time and free of damage, and that the deliveries will also include […]

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Inventory and Supply Chain: Speaking the Language

If your business relies on inventory and supply chain management, you know that these processes have a language all their own. Mastering that language, understanding its terms, is crucial to your success. It’s important for new hires as well as seasoned employees to know exactly what they’re talking about. We came across an article posted […]

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Multiple Bin Tracking – Transform GP into your WMS

By: Pam Burnham, Director of Product Strategy  Do you have inventory to track?  Instead of an investment in an independent Warehouse Management System (WMS), consider the functionality already available in your current Dynamics GP investment. In this article, we want to introduce you to one of the features that can transform your GP environment into […]

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Don’t Let Inaccurate Inventory Tie Up Your Working Capital

There is a myriad of problems that arise from inaccurate inventory in business, one of which is the dreaded write-off. The long and short of it is that no one wants to be in a position to inform a boss that some $50K+ worth of inventory has just been written off – for any reason. […]

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An Introduction to Inventory Control with Barcoding from Panatrack

      Crestwood and our partner, Panatrack, would like to show you how using barcode inventory tracking can enhance the inventory control features in Dynamics GP. Panatrack, has been producing leading inventory control and asset tracking software for Dynamics GP users since 2004.  Join us for this webinar and see how an embedded warehouse management […]

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4 Reasons Why E-Commerce and ERP are Made for Each Other

Enterprise resource planning is not just for internal work functions. Integrating your ERP with e-commerce can make managing your customer-facing work much easier and more reliable, through automation and real-time updates. If you sell products online, using ERP for retail business can help you manage your revenue streams more efficiently and effectively. 1. Inventory Levels […]

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Manufacturing Features of Dynamics GP

  Do I Need the Manufacturing Features of Dynamics GP?  Understanding Dynamics GP Inventory vs. Manufacturing Deciding whether you need the additional Manufacturing functionality in Dynamics GP, over just Inventory, can be difficult.  I asked our in-house Support Team expert, Carla, to help me understand the differences. It was sweet deal – I finally understood […]

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DYNAMICS GP IRP vs. MRP

  Mark Spain, MCP, NCTS Senior GP Consultant ACE Microtechnology, Inc.   DYNAMICS GP Item Resource Planning (IRP) vs. Manufacturing Resource Planning Tool (MRP) DYNAMICS GP has a light duty MRP (Manufacturing Resource Planning) tool.   I call it IRP for Item Resource Planning. If you are a light manufacturer or a large scale distributor, then you should […]

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4 Tips to Improve Cash Flow from Daily Operations

In our recent blog post, we talked about the importance of cash flow to daily operations.  We touched on how vital it is to forecast cash flow.  Without a reasonable cash flow forecast, a company simply floats adrift, heading for the rocks.  No one likes a shipwreck. But with an automated, reliable, and consistent system […]

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