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When finished goods are built from a set of components, a Bill of Materials (BOM) is extremely useful for inventory management purposes. A bill of materials is most often associated with production planning in manufacturing, being used in manufacturing software, such as materials resource planning systems (MRPs). BOMs are also very...Read more
In its simplest form, a bill of materials (BOM) is a list of components, parts or materials required to manufacture, assemble or repair a product. A BOM is often hierarchical, with the finished product at the top and sub-items below. In inventory management a BOM is critical to ensure the...Read more
As globalisation encourages supplier networks to extend across the world, the likelihood of supply chain disruption increases. Supply chain disruption is when events, sometimes planned, sometimes unpredictable, affect the supply of inventory. Often, if not dealt with effectively, it can make it challenging to fullfil orders on time and, as...Read more
We’re delighted to tell the world that our pre-built connector for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is now live on Appsource for instant download. The connector seamlessly connects EazyStock to Dynamics 365 Business Central, making it easier than ever for businesses to automate their demand forecasting, inventory classification and replenishment tasks. Whilst...Read more
As any inventory manager will tell you; it doesn’t matter how sophisticated their ERP software is, they still have to use spreadsheets to manually set reordering parameters and then input the information back into their system, so it can inform purchasing decisions. Unfortunately, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is no...Read more
Stock classification is an important part of effective inventory management. By grouping stock items based on their value to your business you can prioritise which items to stock/not stock and in what quantities. It can also help you focus you time, in terms of analysis, forecasting and ordering, to the...Read more