RXD AND NETSUITE - THE BEST CHOICE FOR YOUR MANUFACTURING OPERATION
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 how to drive that demand for items down to raw material requirements and how to manage the assembly of those items.
We know what happens when demand planning goes wrong. Warehouses full of cloth and accessories that will never be used. Components returned to the manufacturer for cents on the dollar. And we know WHY it goes wrong (refer to Rule Number One).
At a certain point, Excel and Quickbooks just can’t cut it any more. The old adage that “you can do anything in Excel (if you have enough time)” is only true until you need more than 24 hours in a day.
YOUR MANUFACTURING BUSINESS NEEDS A PLATFORM THAT CAN SCALE
The manfacturing value chain is simple in theory. Plan, Source, Make and Deliver. First, plan demand (typically based on historical sales) and then purchase raw materials to the plan level. Then use the raw materials to manufacture product and deliver it to the end customer.
The difficulty comes in coordinating the information flow and workflow across departments and systems. Data is often inconsistent and is spread across multiple systems from Quickbooks to Zoho. If you don’t have single integrated system, you’ll find yourself doing a lot of “manual integrations” , alternatively known as “Microsoft Excel”.
You need a better way of doing things. You need a single integrated platform from sales to finance to factory floor to delivery truck.
The internet has levelled the playing field globally. Even small to midsize companies can establish a global presence, disrupt markets or create entirely NEW markets. For a manufacturer that means more opportunity, but also more competition. If you are not a connected manufacturer, you will face more competition but be less able to exploit new opportunities.
⇒ 82% of Manufacturers think digital technology has the potential to fundamentally change the way they do business
⇒ 86% believe adoption of digital technology is necessary for survival
⇒ 85% say they are struggling to implement digital technologies, especially integrated ERP and cloud systems.
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WE KNOW THIS BUSINESS
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 implement new systems and processes covering manufacturing and merchandising processes. Really appreciated the professionalism and hard work.