Warehouse Management in MS Business Central is just one of the core business capabilities you will find in this popular Microsoft ERP Solution. If you are a Small to Mid-Sized organization that carries inventory and depends on a robust supply chain management system for accurate tracking of your stock, Microsoft Business Central is a great fit. What makes this robust business management solution so desirable is the advanced enterprise technology management of financials, supply chain, sales, purchasing, and warehouse functionality along with deployment options.
Dynamics 365 Business Central is a scalable solution that can be deployed on-premises or in the cloud. Users can access their solution through “Role Based” interfaces on their desktop, in a browser, phone, or mobile device.
With technology such as ADCS and Warehousing Management in Dynamics 365 Business Central, you can effectively manage the movement of inventory and more efficiently control your supply chain.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Warehouse Management Capabilities include:
Bin Setup: Set up and maintain bins by defining both the layout of your warehouse and the dimensions of your racks, columns, and shelves. Give input to planning by defining characteristics for bins.
Inventory Pick and Inventory Put Away:: Create pick lists from released sales orders and put away work from released purchase orders. Manage picking and put away work without opening sales and purchase orders when handling shipments.
Warehouse Receipt: Create a put-away work directly from receipts. Manage receipts from a separate user interface in a multi-order environment.
Warehouse Shipment: Create picking lists from shipments. Manage warehouse shipments from a separate user interface in a multi-order environment.
Internal Picks and Put-Aways: Create pick and put-away orders for internal purposes, such as testing put-away for production output, without using a source document (such as a purchase order or a sales order).
Warehouse Management Systems: Manage items on a bin level. Receive and put away items in bins, pick items from bins according to put-away templates, and pick items based on zone and bin rankings. Move items between bins using a report that optimizes the picking process and the use of space or moves items manually. Create warehouse instruction documents for pick and put-away processes for sales, purchases, transfers, returns, and production orders.
Even though Dynamics 365 Business Central’s warehouse management capabilities can help meet supply chain management challenges, some organizations require even more advanced warehousing functionality.
When this occurs, we recommend considering proven advanced add-on solutions made just for Microsoft Business Central (and Dynamics NAV) such as the below solutions:
Warehouse Insights from DMI Works.
ACE Warehousing from Lanham Associates.
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Posted by iCepts Technology Group, Inc. a Microsoft Business Central Partner in Pennsylvania