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RXD Systems NetSuite Module Expertise
The finance and accounting module is the most important ERP module because it allows businesses to understand their current financial state and future outlook. Key features of this module include tracking accounts payable (AP) and accounts receivable (AR) and managing the general ledger. It also creates and stores crucial financial documents like balance sheets, payment receipts and tax statements.
The finance module can automate tasks related to billing, vendor payments and account reconciliation, helping the accounting department close the books in a timely manner and comply with current revenue recognition standards. It also has the data that financial planning and analysis employees need to prepare key reports, including profit and loss (P&L) statements and board reports, and run scenario plans.
The procurement module, also known as the purchasing module, helps an organization secure the materials or products it needs to manufacture and/or sell goods. Companies can keep a list of approved vendors in this module and tie those suppliers to certain items. The module can automate requests for a quote, then track and analyze the quotes that come in.
Once a company accepts a quote, the procurement module helps the purchasing department prepare and send out purchase orders. It can then track that purchase order as the seller turns it into a sales order and ships the goods, automatically updating inventory levels once the order arrives.
The earliest version of ERP, material requirements planning (MRP) systems, were designed for manufacturers, and manufacturing remains a key piece of ERP. Today, ERP systems typically have a production management or manufacturing execution system (MES). The manufacturing module helps manufacturers plan production and make sure they have everything they need for planned production runs, like raw materials and machinery capacity. During the manufacturing process, it can update the status of goods-in-progress and help companies track actual output against forecasted production. It also provides a real-time picture of the shop floor, capturing real-time information on items in progress and finished goods. It can calculate the average time to produce an item and then compare supply with forecasted demand to plan adequate production.
The inventory management module enables inventory control by tracking item quantities and location down to individual SKUs. This module offers a complete picture of not only current but also incoming inventory, through an integration with the procurement tool. This piece of software helps businesses manage inventory costs, making sure they have sufficient stock without tying up too much cash in inventory. An inventory management application can weigh sales trends against available product to helps companies make informed decisions that boost margins and increase inventory turn (a measure of how often inventory is sold over a certain period). It can help prevent stockouts and delays, which enhances customer service.
Businesses that lack other supply chain management modules may also use the inventory management application to handle purchase orders, sales orders and shipping. Larger organizations will need a version of this solution that can track inventory across multiple locations.
An order management module tracks orders from receipt to delivery. This piece of the ERP feeds all orders to the warehouse, distribution center or retail store after customers place them and tracks their status as they’re prepared, fulfilled and shipped to the customer. The order management module prevents orders from being lost and boosts on-time delivery rates to keep customers happy and cut unnecessary expenses for expedited shipping.
More advanced order management applications can help a company determine the most cost-effective option for fulfilling an order—a store vs. a warehouse vs. a third-party fulfillment partner, for example—based on available inventory and the buyer’s location.
A warehouse management module can deliver a rapid return on investment for businesses that operate their own warehouses. This application can efficiently guide warehouse employees through all warehouse processes based on the layout of the facility, from putaway when shipments arrive to picking to packing and shipping. It can also help companies plan labor based on expected order volume. The warehouse management module can support different picking strategies like batch picking, wave picking and zone picking depending on which is most efficient for a given business, and some modules can show employees the most efficient pick path.
When the warehouse management module is integrated with inventory management and order management applications, employees can quickly find the right products and get shipments out the door quickly. Faster delivery ultimately increases customer satisfaction.
Supply Chain Management
A supply chain management module tracks each step in the movement of supplies and goods throughout the supply chain, from sub-suppliers to suppliers to manufacturers to distributors to retailers or consumers. It can also manage any materials or products returned for refund or replacement.
As noted earlier, supply chain management can include a wide array of modules like procurement, inventory management, manufacturing, order management and warehouse management. However, it may have functionality beyond the core capabilities of those modules.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
The customer relationship management (CRM) module stores all customer and prospect information. That includes the company’s communication history with a person—the date and time of calls and emails, for example—and their purchase history. A CRM improves customer service because staffers can easily access all the information they need when working with a customer.
Many businesses also use CRM to manage sales leads and opportunities. It can track communication with prospects and suggest which customers should be targeted for certain promotions or cross-sell opportunities. More robust CRM modules may support customer segmentation (enabling more targeted marketing) and advanced contact managers and reporting tools.
Project Service Resourse Management (Project Management)
A professional services automation (PSA) module, also called a service resource management module, allows an organization to plan and manage projects. Services-based businesses often use this module. The application tracks the status of projects, managing human and capital resources throughout, and allows managers to approve expenses and timesheets. It facilitates collaboration between teams by keeping all related documents in a shared place. Additionally, the PSA module can automatically prepare and send bills to clients based on rules around the billing cycle.
Advanced Revenue Management
POS (Point of Sale) - in -store
Certain ERP vendors offer an ecommerce module for businesses that want to sell online. This module allows companies to quickly launch a business-to-business (B2B) or business-to-consumer (B2C) ecommerce website. Leading commerce applications include user-friendly tools that allow employees to easily add new items, update product content (item descriptions, titles, specs, images, etc.) and change the look and feel of the website.
When the ecommerce application is integrated with other ERP applications, all payment, order and inventory information feeds [from the ecommerce module] into the shared database. That ensures all transactions are added to the ledger, out-of-stock items are removed from the site and orders ship on time.
WE SPECIALIZE IN CONSUMER BUSINESS:
RETAIL, WHOLESALE AND DISTRIBUTION
We combine NetSuite expertise with deep industry specialization across three consumer business verticals. We’ve worked for some of the biggest and most exciting names in retail, wholesale and distribution and manufacturing. Our consultants have an average of 15 years of industry experience. We know the pain-points and the challenges mid-market businesses face. We’ve been there.
We know retail best practice from planning through to merchandising, warehousing through to distribution, store operations through to loss prevention. Hardlines to softlines, grocery to fashion and everything in between.
We’ve seen the good, the bad and the ugly. We know how the retail business works, what it’s pain-points are and how small, fast growing retailers struggle to move from a store-focus to a central, HQ focus.
We’ve worked in 500,000 sq foot facilities with 30 loading doors and state-of-the art conveyer and scan systems that can processes thousands of orders a day.
And we’ve worked in 4,000 sq foot warehouses for fast growing Ecommerce companies who are finding that a paper-based process for picking 20 orders a day just doesn’t scale to 1000 orders a day.
And don’t even get us started on taking orders when you don’t have inventory to fill them!
We’ve worked for some of the most upmarket fashion brands in the world, with stores and branding that are nothing less than exquisite. We understand how demand planning should work (Rule Number One: It should be driven based on forecasted demand. Don’t make product you don’t think you will sell).
We know what happens when demand planning goes wrong. And we know WHY it goes wrong (refer to Rule Number One).
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WE HAVE A PROVEN TRACK RECORD. HERE'S WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY ABOUT US
Gave our company's chaotic eCommerce fulfillment the automation the business needed with the details our technologists could turn into reality. Great job!
Outstanding in helping our project and engaging with our team. Knowledge and cross-cultural management with our Spanish-speaking team members made our project a success in key areas.
Extremely hard working and results oriented, a pleasure to work with
Organized and professional with deep retail industry experience, their strong NetSuite and Supply Chain expertise helped us to bring our company live successfully.
Helped us to deliver our critical store based ECommerce capability. Very good retail and supply chain knowledge and very organized and professional approach. Great job!
Great job, well done!
Excellent job. Very detailed knowledge of retail and the retail planning process!
Very strong product knowledge. Professional and knowledgeable and very easy to work with! Would definitely use them again!
Helped us to implement new systems and processes covering manufacturing and merchandising processes. Really appreciated the professionalism and hard work.
Helped us to implement our new merchandising system across our 200+ stores in KSA. Team is very knowledgeable regarding retail best practices and was very flexible with our requirements.
Implemented new Retail Category Management system for us, integrated with existing Oracle merchandising and planning system. Skillful and with very good history in the retail business.
Great job, very diligent and knowledgeable!
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Why Choose RXD to Implement NetSuite?
We understand the industry that you operate in – terms and language used, best-practice processes, competitive pressures and who’s who. Our consultants are seasoned industry experts who’ve done this before.
We can answer that critical question: “How do other companies do this?”
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We know how NetSuite works and how it should be implemented.
We are professional business and technical consultants, not just NetSuite installers. We know how plan and run a project, how to follow a methodology and how to deliver on-time and in-budget.
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