Our world is changing. And we’re not just talking about global warming, shifting demographics, and advanced technologies; we’re also talking about a new workforce slowly replacing previous generations of workers. For some industries, such as MRO, getting a new, digitally skilled aviation workforce can only mean good news. But are millennials really tech savvy? Can a “tech whiz kid” become a capable professional, who can be trusted with the lives of hundreds of people?
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Most organizations extract data the same way that they were first shown by the consulting firm in charge of training and implementation of the ERP system. An ERP solution like Dynamics AX makes it easy to create forecast charts, extrapolate sales graphs, do financial activities and so on. However, the ERP is more than a graphs- extrapolation and financial tool. You can use Dynamics AX to know the status of every process in your manufacturing plant in real time.
One of the questions that organizations looking to transition or upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics AX or NAV ask is how many organizations use the ERPs. Data released from the recent Convergence 2015 conference shows that Microsoft NAV is the most popular Dynamics product. In fact, Dynamics NAV has more than double the total customers of the next most popular ERP.
Implementing a new ERP system can be challenging for small manufacturers looking for new enterprise solutions. In fact, the challenge is felt by companies or all sizes, industries and complexities, but more so with small manufacturers.
“I don’t need a manufacturing ERP system to run my business.” Probably, this was the first thought that crossed your mind after reading the title above. But before making a final decision, you should read the rest of this post.
Manufacturing products without a factory would have seemed impossible a few years ago. However, the “impossible” is slowly taking shape thanks to additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing. This relatively new technology is ready to deliver a small, “mobile” factory to every OEM, MRO, and repair shop. In fact, a number of businesses are embracing additive manufacturing as a temporary or permanent manufacturing solution, as you read these lines.