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Posts Tagged ‘Supply Chain’

Insight Works Announces License Plating for Dynamics 365 Business Central

As part of its ongoing software development for Dynamics 365 Business Central and additions to Microsoft AppSource, Insight Works has announced the availability of License Plating as a Business Central add-onand complement to Warehouse Insight. The License Plating add-on enables users to combine multiple warehouse items – including serial numbers and lot numbers – into one license plate […]

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Integrating Your ERP System With IoT – A Primer

The IoT (Internet of Things) has suddenly risen to prominence in the past couple of years with a lot of focus on getting business value from the data that is being generated by devices. Gartner states that the “Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects that contain embedded technology to communicate and sense or interact with […]

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Build Your Own WMS Apps for Microsoft Dynamics

As a mobile warehouse data collection tool, Insight Works’ Warehouse Insight makes battling inefficient operations due to inaccurate warehouse transactions and time-consuming manual tracking problems a thing of the past. However, there’s a unique feature baked into this incredible mobile warehouse management system that many users aren’t aware of – one that helps companies that […]

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Integrated Shipping Solution for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

We all know how tedious and error-prone shipping tasks can be in a shop floor environment, but Insight Works is making it easier than ever to streamline these processes through our intuitive Dynamic Ship solution. Now, shop floor employees can streamline shipping tasks while reducing manual entry errors by scanning packages directly into Dynamics NAV […]

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Five Ways to Make Your Supply Chain More Dynamic

Part 4: Avoid Disruption This is the fourth post in our five-part series Five Ways to Make Your Supply Chain More Dynamic. We’ve previously looked at how finding actual costs is key to cutting out any inefficiencies in your supply chain, how turning data into insight can drive better decision making and how true collaboration can lead to idea sharing […]

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Five Ways to Make Your Supply Chain More Dynamic

Part 3: Share Ideas, Not Just Information This is the third post in our five-part series Five Ways to Make Your Supply Chain More Dynamic. Running an efficient and adaptable supply chain can make all the difference in profitability and growth. We’ve previously looked at how finding actual costs is key to cutting out inefficiencies and how big data can […]

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Five Ways to Make Your Supply Chain More Dynamic

Part 2: Make a Big Impact with Big Data This is the second post in our five-part series Five Ways to Make Your Supply Chain More Dynamic. We’ve previously looked at how finding actual costs is key to cutting out any inefficiencies in your supply chain. Today we will look at how to turn data into the insight […]

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Stop Working in the Dark

You can't grow your business when you’re working in the dark! You need quick access to accurate data, which you can't get from disparate software solutions. Get to the data you need, when you need it with a more powerful business management solution. Businesses that use disparate specialty software programs to manage core business operations […]

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Kick-Start Your Data Warehousing

Many of the projects that I’ve been working on over the last 12 months have evolved integrating data into a data warehouse. Specifically, companies are looking to import more data from other systems to do various types of analysis. Data integration is nothing new, companies have been doing it for a long time, but usually […]

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Manufacturing Downtime Is NOT An Option

Manufacturers know very well that downtime can be expensive.  Many manufacturers even have estimates of what it could cost when the lines are down for a half-day, full day, or longer.  Although there could be many issues that can result in downtime, supply chain disruption has to be close to the top of the list.  […]

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