Inventory management functions inside of Dynamics NAV to drive down costs and improve customer service. By linking inventory control with purchasing and order processing, inventory is certain to be available as needed. This connection adds visibility to your operations and eliminates costly redundancies. At the same time, accurate order filling is sure to drive customer satisfaction. Your enterprise will reduce surplus inventories and simultaneously answer to customers faster and with greater confidence.
Radiant Technologies has partnered with SPS Commerce, a leader in retail supply chain integration. We offer SPS' Trading Partner Intelligence service, which gives suppliers insight into store-level inventory and sales trends. This service allows suppliers to make more informed inventory and merchandising decisions.
Understand item costs throughout your warehouse and production processes, including inventory, work-in-process (WIP), and cost of goods sold (COGS), to help efficiently manage sales and purchase prices and line discounts with customers and vendors. Break down costs according to categories such as materials, capacity, subcontracting, and overhead. Tighten control of closing processes, improve batch-job costing, and streamline reconciliation with the general ledger.
Identify what your customers want by cross-referencing any customer code, internal code, or vendor code.
Pick or put away items and debit or credit inventory records independently o purchase receipts, sales, or other source documents to help maintain accurate inventory records even when you access items for testing, display purposes, or other internal or operational needs.
Multiple Locations and Responsibility Centers
Provide customers who request non-stock items with immediate quotes. Automatically create non-stock items and process them in the same way you process stock items.
Manage items individually per location. By grouping items into stock-keeping units, items can be described and managed individually per location-including replenishment methods, safety stock, and costs.
Handle inventory across multiple locations from one database to gain a complete, real-time business overview and create manageable cost and profit centers.
Warehouse Management System
Help reduce costs through effective warehouse processes such as directed pick and put-away and automatic bin replenishment.
Determine the counting frequency per item or stock-keeping unit to help increase inventory accuracy and meet shipping deadlines.
Generate e-mail messages to alert your people, suppliers, or partners to changes in critical inventory levels, order status, or replenishments needs.
Offer customers alternative items when those they want are out of stock, or if the alternatives can be provided less expensively with a higher profit margin.
Trace lot or serial numbers to quickly determine where items were purchased, processed, or sold. Help eliminate waste due to expiration of goods with support for first expired/first out (FEFO) handling.
Automated Data Collection System (ADCS)
Help increase the accuracy and efficiency of your warehouse management-picking and putting away of items, physical inventory counts, and moving items from bin to bin-with ADCS.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Enablement
Comply more easily with customer or supply chain mandates for RFID.
Provide customers with accurate item availability and deliver on time with support for available-to-promise (ATP) and capable-to-promise (CTP) insight.
Process returned inventory and account for additional costs. Automatically organize credit memos, replacement goods, returns to vendors, and partial or combined return of shipments or receipts. Exact cost reversal helps increase inventory accuracy.