If manufacturing is part of your business, it is likely a large part of your business. But regardless of whether manufacturing is a core or ancillary part of your business model, efficiency and optimization are critical elements to profitability. Your business needs to reach its optimal level of output while ensuring that you’re accurately bidding that last-minute special job for an important customer. That’s why the manufacturing components of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and NetSuite’s ERP are game-changing software solutions for real-world problems.
“We have multiple manufacturing sites, all with different capabilities, and we haven’t yet found a way to collaborate and plan manufacturing across all facilities.”
Actually, you have! The manufacturing capabilities within NetSuite ERP and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central help you plan for a variety of manufacturing situations, even if those capabilities are different across multiple locations.
“We do a lot of custom work for our customer base, and we’re hitting a wall on how we can keep our business moving forward to meet expectations.”
The right software solution can help you plan for regular projects or custom jobs.
“We sell components and completed products that include sellable components. We have lots of duplicated effort within our existing system to track all of it.”
You need a software solution that allows you to track components
and completed products all in one tool while
monitoring your supply levels independently.
“We need one place where we can plan our production runs that’s tied into the rest of our systems.”
Piecemeal solutions will limit your ability to scale – that’s why the manufacturing software for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and NetSuite ERP are integrated into the broader ERP solution for your business.
If you’re looking for a solution that can help you manage manufacturing to the most exacting detail, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central may be right for you. From the ability to specify sellable items to the capturing special requirements for implementation in your sales quotes, Business Central works to make manufacturing work cleanly and efficiently. You can use product orders in innovative ways to produce within your supply and capacity constraints and use product orders to develop more complex processes. If you need exacting detail in manufacturing, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central may be the right tool for you. Produce within your supply and capacity constraints.
Need to manage multi-site manufacturing jobs in one place? No problem. NetSuite has you covered. Need to increase your on-time deliveries? NetSuite has a solution for that too. In fact, NetSuite has the ability to help you actively monitor essential functions like Quality Assurance – as well as the timeliness of today’s production run – all in one place. You can coordinate materials, monitor fulfillment, and see where your business isn’t running at peak efficiency with NetSuite ERP. If you’re looking for a software tool to help take your manufacturing to the next level, NetSuite ERP may be right for your business.
Steve’s been with SMB Suite since 1998 and has been involved with nearly every aspects of the Company’s business as a strategist, professional services executive, cloud solutions architect, and senior consultant. In his current role, Steve is responsible for SMB Suite’s revenue and oversees the execution of ERP, CRM and BI projects for customers across a broad range of industries. Steve combines his expertise in MS Dynamics GP, CRM and other Microsoft products with a strong foundation in accounting and business to identify gaps and streamline customers’ processes. Prior to co-founding SMB Suite, Steve was previously Corporate Controller for MEHLE Behr and, prior to that, Audit Senior for Ernst & Young. Steve holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Jeremy is responsible for SMB Suite’s technology vision, strategy and implementation and is the architect of the Company’s Dynamics Cloud Platform. Highly adept in every facet of managed services, ERP systems and e-commerce platforms, Jeremy’s expertise spans the implementation and support of business and financial software solutions, as well as the customization and integration of SMB Suite’s cloud ERP technology stack. He holds numerous Microsoft and industry-related certifications, and was primarily responsible for designing the Company’s progressive business services platform in the early days of the Cloud. Prior to SMB Suite, Jeremy served as the financial analyst, systems administrator, and information systems liaison for a $2 billion financial services corporation.
Monty is responsible for SMB Suite’s day-to-day operation and, most importantly, its customers. As a leader, motivator and mentor, Monty creates loyal high performance teams willing to “walk through walls” to accomplish their goals. Prior to SMB Suite, Monty served as President of The Bradshaw Group (TBG), a global distributor, manufacturer, and repair facility for digital printers. In this role, he was the Company’s ambassador to its most important domestic, European and Latin American customers and TBG achieved a best-in-class Net Promoter Score of 74 for its superb customer satisfaction. Prior to TBG, Monty served as the General Manager of Sam’s Clubs three highest grossing U.S. stores and was named Regional Operator of the Year in 1999. Monty holds a BBA in Marketing from Texas Tech University and is an active member of Business Navigators. He has been active in Vistage International, Executives in Action, the Dallas/Fort Worth Retail Executives Association, as well as, A.P.I.C.S., the leading professional association for supply chain and operations management. Monty also volunteers with Hunger Busters and ManeGait, a therapeutic horsemanship organization.
David is a proven financial and information technology professional with expertise in providing business accounting software and computing solutions. He began his career by starting and managing a successful independent consulting practice for several years. He then launched the local systems consulting unit of Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneurial Services Group, leading the office into the hi-tech consulting arena. After successfully developing the unit for Ernst & Young, David founded NextCorp (which became SMB Suite in 2013) to serve the business software needs of clients throughout the US. David has made SMB Suite one of the best cloud ERP providers in the industry. In addition to being a successful entrepreneur and leader, he is a software and technology specialist, holding certifications in various Microsoft and other technologies.