Is Dynamics AX right for your business?

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Microsoft Dynamics AX offers powerful, cost-effective resource planning and management tools that empower your management and staff to collaborate better with trading partners, manage the entire financial life cycle of the manufacturing business process, and build a sustainable advantage in your industry. Modules include:

Master Planning - Streamline your entire production process. The data provided by the Microsoft Dynamics AX Trade, Logistics, Projects, Work Centers, and Production Series helps you minimize inventory-carrying costs and optimize product flow from suppliers, through production, to your customers.

Product Builder - Streamline the process of ordering, planning and producing customized products. Enable your employees, as well as your customers, to configure complex products via a Microsoft Windows client, or over the Web.

Production - Increase production efficiency with real-time insight into your manufacturing processes. Handle material flow, plan and execute routes, manage operations and rough capacity planning and jobs, and make detailed schedules including the use of Gantt charts.

Shop Floor Control - Manage your personnel, material, and data processing more effectively. Collect and analyze production-related information such as work hours and production activities for improved cost control.

  • Utilize the flexibility of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 to run process and discrete manufacturing models in a single solution. The mixedmode capability also allows implementation of lean manufacturing practices in the way best suited for your company.
  • Take advantage of a new operations resource model to efficiently use resources at multiple locations. Schedule resources (vendors, people, machines, tools, or locations) to jobs and operations based on their capabilities (ability to perform a specific production-related activity). A scheduling engine will handle resource selection.
  • Model and execute lean manufacturing on production flows to reduce delivery lead times, trim excess inventory between work centers, treat contractor labor as a service (not a BOM component), and support continuous improvement by using kanban boards, event kanbans, and kanban rules to view, plan, and run kanban jobs.
  • Use the new constraint-based Product Configurator to efficiently create, maintain, and reuse product models, components, and attributes.