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Reduce Inventory & Optimise Customer Service | SYSPRO ERP

Supplier: SYSPRO Software

Reduce Inventory and Optimise Customer Service - Minimise forecast error and manage seasonality with SYSPRO's Inventory Optimisation and Forecasting modules.

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SYSPRO ERP - Reduce Inventory and Optimise Customer Service

Improve order fulfilment performance with available-to-promise and time fence indicators, Material Requirements Planning and Advanced Trial Kitting, and the purchase order to job feature.

SYSPRO's Inventory Optimisation and Forecasting modules enable you to minimise forecast error and manage seasonality, thereby helping you to reduce your inventory investment, and improve order fulfilment performance. This is further enhanced by features such as Available-to-promise and various time fence indicators, which give sales and production staff a reliable view of what they can promise to customers and when.

SYSPRO's Material Requirements Planning gives you clear visibility to the integrated effect of current and future supply and demand, thereby enabling you to make better purchasing and production decisions and reduce excess and obsolete inventories. The inclusion of sources of supply and demand is configurable and various reports and related review programs enable easy potential oversupplies and seamless execution of suggested actions. In addition, order policies by stock code at warehouse level enable you to implement lot-sizing rules for purchased and manufactured items.

In make-to-order environments, where a full material requirements planning run may not be required, features such as Advanced Trial Kitting provide full visibility to replenishment requirements for multi or single-level jobs. The purchase order to job link enables purchased or subcontracted materials to be receipted directly into specific jobs.

Standard reports such as the Inventory Exception and the MRP Potential Oversupplies report help you identify excess inventories and possible problems with your lot-sizing techniques.