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From October 2022 to March 2023, Microsoft is releasing a number of exciting updates in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management. In the spirit of continuous product development, the goal of this release is to help businesses improve efficiency in their supply chain operations. The R2 release contains hundreds of new features across Dynamics 365 applications. This is a huge release across the board with Marketing, Sales, Customer Service, Field Service, Finance, Supply Chain Management, Intelligent Order Management, Project Operations, Human Resources, Commerce, Fraud Protection, Business Central, Connected Spaces, Guides, Customer Insights, and Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, Financial Services, Nonprofit, Sustainability, and Retail updates. In this blog, we provide an overview of 6 exciting Supply Chain updates to expect in the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain 2022 Release Wave 2. Click below for release details.
Businesses using advanced warehouse management (WHS) will be able to use the Inventory Visibility Add-in to allocate inventory and make soft reservations. Inventory allocation allows you to reserve on-hand inventory for your most important channels and clients. Soft reservations will help you keep track of sales demand and prevent overselling. You will also have the ability to track real-time consumption of quantities allocated to specific channels, stores, or markets. In addition to improved tracking, businesses can obtain a full inventory summary across all channels. This will allow you to improve your inventory analytics, and in turn, your distribution.
Dynamics 365’s warehouse management solution already provides robust and flexible capabilities. However, we believe these new enhancements will take this solution to another level. The new mobile packing experience allows warehouse workers to perform packing activities on the move with the Warehouse Management mobile app. The implementation and configuration process is revamped which will significantly reduce your implementation time and costs. Additionally, Azure Application Insights gives businesses easy insights into the performance and usage of their warehouse management system.
The updates to procurement and sourcing will increase your organization’s resiliency and agility of your supply chain operations. The new risk assessment dashboard makes it easier for you to find and diagnose sourcing delays and shortages. This will help you be significantly more proactive when optimizing your supply chains.
This release wave brings numerous improvements that allow users to work with product information in their local language. This is a game changer for companies who work internationally and with multi-languages. For these companies, it's important to enable each user to work with product information in their own language. Sales representatives communicating with customers by phone will see product names in their local language. Purchasers will be able to search for products in the language they speak. Shop floor workers will get product names and instructions in familiar terms. In each case, the information can be shown in a language other than the system language.
The 2022 Release Wave will include Dynamics 365 Supply Chain enhancements for Planning Optimization. The primary goal of these enhancements is to add support for more scenarios, improve planning accuracy, and help users respond to changes more efficiently.
As far as manufacturing goes, the enhancements are sharply focused on improving “shop floor agility.” Here are the two we are most excited about:
Clients First have helped our customers with this migration with great success! Ask us to estimate your transition, talk to our team, then you decide if we are the right partner for your Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain/Operations migration or implementation. To learn more about Dynamics 365 Supply Chain, reach out to Clients First to schedule a demonstration, review our functional and technical consultant experience, and hear from our satisfied customers.
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