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Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management provides a comprehensive set of tools to improve visibility, efficiency, and agility across your entire supply chain network

1. Product Information Management

Product Information Management (PIM) is a crucial aspect of Dynamics 365 Supply Chain. It essentially allows you to centrally manage all the data about your products throughout their lifecycle.

  • Product attributes and identifiers: This covers any information relevant to the product, like size, color, weight, or material. Identifiers such as stock-keeping units (SKUs) or barcodes are also managed here.

  • Product configurations: If a product has different variations (e.g., different colors or sizes), PIM allows you to manage these variations within the same product definition.

  • Documentation: PIM allows you to store important documents related to the product, such as manuals or safety data sheets.

  • Improved efficiency: Easier access to accurate product information streamlines various supply chain processes, from procurement to manufacturing and sales.

  • Enhanced customer satisfaction: Accurate and consistent product information across all channels leads to a better customer experience.

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2. Inventory Management

Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management offers a robust Inventory Management module designed to streamline your inventory operations and provide complete visibility into your stock levels.

  • Inventory Visibility: Gain a unified view of your inventory across various locations, warehouses, and production facilities. This allows for better decision-making regarding stock allocation and fulfillment.

  • Inbound and Outbound Management: Efficiently manage inbound operations like receiving purchases and managing quality control. The module also facilitates outbound operations like order fulfillment and shipment tracking.

  • Inventory Control: Define parameters, configure tracking methods, and set up inventory breakdowns for granular control over your stock.

  • Inventory Accounting: Manage inventory costs and perform adjustments and closing procedures to ensure accurate financial records

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3. Sales Order Management

The Sales Order Management module in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain is a core function that streamlines your order-to-cash process. It essentially acts as a hub for managing all your sales order activities, from initial customer interaction to final payment.

  • Customer Management:  Store and manage customer contact information, enabling you to track interactions and tailor sales approaches.

  • Product Management: Organize your product catalog into categories for easier navigation and sales order creation.

  • Sales Order Processing: Create and manage sales orders, which act as official confirmations for customer purchases. You can modify these orders as needed throughout the fulfillment process.

  • Pricing and Discounts: Set up standard price lists and manage discounts to streamline the quoting and order creation process.

  • Order Management: Track the progress of sales orders, monitor inventory levels to ensure stock availability, and manage the fulfillment process.

  • Integration: The Sales Order Management module integrates seamlessly with other Dynamics 365 modules like Accounts Receivable, ensuring a smooth flow of information from order placement to receiving payment.

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4. Vendor Collaboration

The Vendor Collaboration module in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain improves communication and streamlines workflows between your organization and its vendors, specifically those who aren't set up with Electronic Data Interchange.

  • Vendor Collaboration Portal: A secure web interface where vendors can access relevant information and perform actions.

  • PO Management: Vendors can view, accept, decline, or propose changes to POs.

  • RFQ Response: Vendors can respond to RFQs electronically.

  • Consignment Inventory Visibility: Vendors can view consignment inventory levels.

  • Vendor Master Data Access: Vendors can view and update basic vendor information.

  • Enable Vendor Collaboration: This is done on a per-vendor basis within the vendor master data in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain.

  • Create Vendor Users: Grant access to the Vendor Collaboration portal by setting up user accounts for authorized vendor personnel.

  • Define Security Roles: Assign security roles to control what information vendors can see and what actions they can take within the portal.


Learn more about D365 Finance features:
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6. Demand Forecasting
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8. Master Planning
9. Procurement & Sourcing
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12. Asset Management
13. Mobile Warehouse Management
14. Kanban Management
15. Inbound Consignment

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