The Many Benefits of a Fully Integrated Microsoft Dynamics ERP System

Teamwork and integration concept with gear system

Gears are used to power tons of mechanical devices and gadgets. They provide power, and torque, and speed. But they only work if the teeth connect. If they don’t connect, what you have is a bunch of gears spinning away…separately.

Take a moment to picture that.

Then think. Are the gears that drive my company spinning futilely apart and accomplishing nothing at all? Or are the teeth connected and doing their job the way they were designed to work? For power, torque, and speed.

In a fully integrated ERP software system, all the teeth connect.

If we think of your business as a machine, here are some of the machine parts:

  • ERP – Enterprise Resource Planning

  • CRM – Customer Relationship Management

  • SCM – Supply Chain Management

  • EDI – Electronic Data Interchange

  • EFT – Electronic Funds Transfer

  • ACH – Automatic Clearing House

  • BOM – Bill of Materials

  • HR – Human Resources

  • GL – General Ledger

  • AP – Accounts Payable

  • AR – Accounts Receivable

  • WMS – Warehouse Management System

  • NOC – Network Operations Center

There are CEOs, CIOs, COOs, CMOs, CTOs, CSOs, and many others in charge of those machine parts. Plus, all of their underlings. And they all have to work together to make those cogwheels turn like the well-oiled machine that it’s supposed to be.

Now think again about your business.

How many of those parts are integrated? How many are outliers? What would happen if you integrated those outliers, and you had a whole that was truly greater than the sum of its parts?

I’ll tell you the answer. You would have a highly successful, profitable, efficient, streamlined, and productive company.

That’s what Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central can and will accomplish for you.

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