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How Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Helps Manufacturers Meet Challenges

The economic and employment picture is changing. This change presents both challenges and opportunities for manufacturers. There are more manufacturing jobs available today, but as the economy expands and skilled workers reach retirement age, there is a question about who will fill those jobs. According to an in-depth study by Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute, […]

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TrinSoft Introduces TrinAuto Mfg – Automotive Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management Solution

TrinSoft has extended the capabilities of Dynamics 365 Business Central to provide an innovative technology solution to its automotive manufacturing clients.  TrinAuto Mfg is an all-in-one business software that provides its users with a single view into all aspects of their organization.  This solution will help companies to maximize revenue, reduce costs, increase efficiency, and grow […]

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4 Advantages of ERP Software for Manufacturing

In today’s business environment, speed, accuracy, and productivity are a must. This is especially true for Manufacturing firms that want to retain their current business and move ahead to acquire more clients. It is essential to manage manufacturing’s complex processes efficiently in a constantly changing marketplace. Because not all manufacturers are the same, ERP (Enterprise […]

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central: The Best Choice for Manufacturers

What do manufacturers look for in an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution? Because of their unique requirements, they want their ERP solution to be streamlined, aligned, integrated, and flexible. It goes without saying that it must make business processes accurate and efficient. And from the source to the final delivery, including production orders, bills of […]

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How Microsoft Dynamics 365 Can Transform Your Manufacturing Business

Digital transformation means different things to different people. But what can it mean for you, and how can it be used to transform your manufacturing business? Digital transformation conveys the idea of applying the latest available technology to improve your business processes, services, and even product offerings. Used creatively, digital transformation can make your manufacturing […]

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Getting in Tune with the Shop Floor with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Manufacturing

The heart. It is an often-used analogy for something central and indispensable to an operation. In the Manufacturing realm, the very heart of a business is the Shop Floor. It’s where “the magic happens.” After all, it’s your product that defines you, and the shop floor is where that product is born. All the supplies […]

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Visual Production Schedule for Dynamics NAV

A shop flor production schedule is a vital component of any manufacturing process. Managing work centers, equipment, materials, and people to ensure production orders stay on-track and meet deadlines is an on-going juggling act. For production planners and others that use Microsoft Dynamics NAV to manage their manufacturing process, there is now a graphical dispatch list available […]

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Barcode Placement for Dummies: Everything Your Boss Wants to Know

You’ve probably, by now, read many of our blogs about barcodes and their role in the manufacturing process, so now let’s straighten you out – so to speak – about how the barcode should be placed so that it can quickly and efficiently be read by a scanner. To be perfectly honest, to call this […]

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Don’t Stop the Flow: Managing a Job Shop

When it comes to a job shop in manufacturing, we’re talking about a process in which small batches of a variety of custom products are made. In the job shop process flow, most of the products produced require a unique setup and sequencing of process steps – and the last thing you want is to […]

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4 Signs Your Manufacturing Business Needs a Configurator

A manufacturing business can always benefit from bridging sales, production and engineering so that a number of criteria can be met – which options are available for parts, which options may work with other options, which options may include other sub-options and the costs of these varying options. Through the use of a configurator, the […]

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