Produce companies interact with countless grower-shippers and their respective commodities on a daily basis. With thousands and millions of cases flowing through your door each day, how can you tell which of those cases your organization should focus on and which you shouldn't let through the door at all?
Microsoft Dynamics Business Central has a plethora of cool features. The ability to run your business across multiple platforms is just the beginning. Power BI reporting tools create dramatic visual KPIs and an ever-growing list of power apps entice improvements to executives looking to upgrade.
If you’re in any business where transportation costs and charges are a significant part of merchandise costs—there's a chance you might be looking for a way to allocate these costs to the inventory cost of your items, in order to get a more accurate landed cost.
When standard costing setups are made in Microsoft Dynamics, the process can be a little overwhelming — “item model group” and “item group” need to be defined, and a purchase order and a sales order must be processed. Then you need to create an invoice and review financial postings on the voucher form. Whew!
What’s the difference between warehouse status change and inventory status change in Dynamics 365? When the items in your warehouse are no longer available for sale — or items become available for sale — the change needs to be reflected in your inventory. In this situation, users can either take advantage of the periodic tasks inventory status change, or warehouse status change. What’s the difference?
We have all heard about the book, All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, by Robert Fulghum. I re-read this book every year as it prompts me as to why I got into ERP consultancy in the first place. The passion I have for the food software industry, the knowledge I gain from my peers and clients, the responsibility I have to myself and others to show up, be present and live to fight another day. Okay, the last part may be a bit much, but in all sincerity, it is true; everything you need to be a trusted advisor, change facilitator, and develop a collaboration mindset with your customers (internal and external) you really did learn at age five.