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Video Testimonial: Pet Food Manufacturer Grows with Dynamics AX

Merrick Pet Food manufactures handcrafted pet food and treats in their Hereford, Texas kitchen with sustainable ingredients from local farmers.  The company was challenged to find out how much their finished goods were actually costing them by product size and by customer with their old system.  In fact, once Merrick implemented Dynamics AX they realized […]

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What’s My Dynamics NAV Price?

Before you make the decision to implement Dynamics NAV in your organization, finding out Microsoft Dynamics' costs is very important to ensure that you stay within the budget allocated. But figuring out the total cost of an ERP implementation can be tricky. Since no two businesses are the same, the standard factors affecting ERP implementations […]

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Bluestar PLM: The “Missing Link” Between Engineering & Operations

Project management has evolved significantly with higher customer demands, increased technology, and the speed at which consumer goods are expected. Today, ETO and project management demands product lifecycle management (PLM) and ERP, such as Dynamics AX, to help enterprises manage, control, and link engineering activities with operations.  This sort of functionality exists, but finding a […]

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How Dynamics NAV Software Helps Process Manufacturers Respond to the FSMA

Approved in 2011, the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) brings significant changes on the food safety landscape by requiring process manufacturers to focus on preventing instead of responding to food contamination. The new regulations with regard to the way foods must be grown, harvested, processed, stored and transported, has given the Food and Drug Administration […]

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The Evolution of Scheduling for Process Manufacturers

From my perspective companies evolve into their manufacturing scheduling process as their business evolves.  Attempting to implement a complex scheduling model when a company is beginning to automate their ERP is often a mistake.  The key is to take a realistic view of what stage the company is in and grow from there. Formula manufacturing […]

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