Manufacturing

Integrated Solutions for Manufacturers

Using ERP to plan, produce, and ship on time

Manufacturers can only survive and thrive by adapting to the changing needs of the market.  As a manufacturer, you have to deal with both supply chain issues and manufacturing challenges. By implementing and fully using an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, you can reduce time-to-market and control your manufacturing business from the first customer contact all the way through fulfillment and invoicing.

Manufacturing

Supply chain and financial management features in Acumatica help you connect customer requirements with product design, work better with business partners, and better track workflow across manufacturing, purchasing, finance, sales, and distribution. Also, with Acumatica you get real-time data for up-to-the-second status of orders, production, inventory, shipping, invoicing and support.
Here are just some of the ways a complete ERP system like Acumatica can help manufacturers:

Better serve your customers.

Streamline your entire business process, from materials planning to production, to shipping, invoicing and accounting. An integrated solution will help you service customers more effectively, set priorities more easily, and streamline manufacturing, sales, and purchasing processes.

Drive internal processes for maximum profit.

Simplify complicated supply chain processes such as tracking and coordinating resources and inventory to reduce order lead times. Advanced materials requirements planning drives purchasing and production management to ensure shipping products to customers on time.

Reduce time-to-market with strategic manufacturing.

Reduce the time between purchase orders, receiving, and manufacturing using reliable forecasting from your sales staff.

Focus on what’s important for your success.

An integrated solution gives you clear, up-to-the-minute visibility into your entire manufacturing organization including customer demand, factory activity, order status, service information, customer data, financial reporting, supplier information, and more.

Optimize inventory, production and sales.

Unlimited user pricing and web-based access means you can automate all business processes — spanning offices, factories, warehouses and external partners.

Case Studies

Case Study – Danforth Pewter

Founded in 1975, but tracing its family roots in pewter manufacturing back to 1755, Danforth Pewter designs and crafts handmade pewter items for sale online, in its six retail locations and through wholesale accounts and kiosks.

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