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Do you struggle with supply chain disruptions? If so, it's time to consider adopting Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP). Luckily, DDMRP capabilities are available for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management (Dynamics 365 F&O) customers. Current supply chain issues have made it clear there is a worldwide systemic crisis in how companies manage supply and demand. For decades Material Requirements Planning (MRP) has helped track manufacturing materials and components. Recently, successful manufacturers and distributors have made adjustments to MRP leveraging technology to help prevent stockouts and overstocks. Learn how DDMRP can benefit your business.
DDMRP is the next generation of planning and delivering goods on time despite possible shortages of supply that disrupt the manufacturing process and delivery time. Common reasons for supply chain disruption are:
DDMRP is described by Microsoft with "five sequential components (steps). The first three components essentially define the initial and evolving configuration of a demand-driven material requirements planning model. The last two components define the day-to-day operation of the methodology.
DDMRP is typically used by manufacturers that have a multi-level bill of materials (BOM). However, it can also be applied to distribution and retail networks."
If you have a DDMRP solution in place, you will be able to respond to the requirements of the market while making quicker and more accurate decisions in planning supply and executing day-to-day operations. Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning for Dynamics 365 F&Owill offer the following benefits:
DDMRP is integrated within the existing planning configurations in Dynamics 365 F&O and is used in concert with those setups to create the most useful planning configuration for your business. It is not a new module, and it does not replace existing, on-board planning functionality.
Download this complimentary ebook that includes a self-assessment for any manufacturing company that needs to reduce costs, improve quality and enhance productivity.
The reality is that supply chain disruption and shortages are here to stay for reasons that may never have a solution. Implementing DDMRP in Dynamics F&O will help manage demand and balance your supply.
Clients First consultants have direct experience in the industries we support. The Clients First Texas office specializes in manufacturing, job shops, maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) for aviation or heavy equipment organizations. We have customers in other industries, too, including make-to-order/engineering job shops, project manufacturing, field services, and wholesale distribution.
Nothing replaces a live presentation so please contact us to schedule a demonstration for your business. We support ProMRO with leading Cloud ERP solutions Acumatica and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply. We also support Dynamics 365 Business Central and have a deep knowledge of legacy ERP solutions like Dynamics AX (formerly Axapta) and Dynamics NAV (formerly Navision).
We’re a Microsoft Gold ERP Partner, a Certified Cloud Service Provider (CSP), and an Acumatica Gold Partner.
Please email our office in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, or call 800.331.8382. We're based in Dallas, Texas while servicing companies worldwide.
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