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What goes into a solid supply chain managament software solution? Find out in this infographic! ...

What goes into a solid supply chain managament software solution? Find out in this infographic!


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  • 1. The Heart of Supply Chain Software ERP Integration Supply chain software must be able to integrate with your accounting ERP system. Items, stock status, sales orders, and purchase order information from your ERP combines with supply chain forecasts to drive distribution requirements planning (DRP). Sales Forecasting Manage sales forecasts by grouping products into different forecast product groups. Forecast daily, weekly, quarterly or yearly, and smooth demand to different period sizes for planning. Production Entry Record finished good manufacturing results, alleviating inventory of purchased raw materials with finished goods quantities created in your ERP system to fulfill orders or for required production demands. Bill of Materials Design bills of materials using your inventory items, and define routings for the parts you manufacture. BOM information is used to drive material requirements planning (MRP) with exception messages alerting your planners of what to make, how much to make, and when to make it based on raw material lead times and manufacturing cycle times. Distribution Requirements Planning Use inventory, sales order, and purchase order information from your accounting ERP system with sales forecasts and work orders to empower your planners with the information they need to manage your supply chain. DRP helps distributors to determine what to buy, when to buy, and how much to buy based on current supply and demand. These are vital to any supply chain management solution. Anytime Supply Chain provides an integrated supply chain management system to manage sales forecasts, distribution requirements planning (DRP), production plans, online ecommerce storefront sales, and other advanced supply chain management features. Share this infographic