Distribution FACTS: Inventory just got better

The route from fulfilling consumer demand with supplies distribution is strewn with inventory. Smoothening an operation is thus in want for flexibility in inventory management. Still, companies differ in their needs to attain or improve the latter aspect. It’s at the mention of such ‘customization’ that Infor, leading ERP software provider, comes in.

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Infor Distribution FACTS packs supply chain, performance, and fiscal management capabilities in one solution to increase the speed and efficiency of distributors, even as distribution models are always changing and the market remains to be challenging. In employing the widely encompassing 7.8 release, firms gain control of their core business practices. Multiple processes are streamlined and inventory is maximized, both chiseling away at time and cost to manufacture. Doing away with redundant and manual processes coupled with optimizing resources and inventory paves the road to revenue growth.

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Responding to 70,000 clients overall, Infor has been at the height of sales momentum since March, placing its product in the hands of 2,000 North American distributors, among which are Air-Side Equipment, Inc., George J. Howe Company, H & V Sales, Inc., JRD Sales and Service, Inc., and Keystone Electrical Supply.

CEO Jill Vass of Rice Industries already spoke up in the preliminaries: “We rely on technology like Infor Distribution FACTS to support our aggressive growth plans and help us achieve company goals.”

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With an even more sophisticated IU to run things, Infor’s solution clears the route from demand to supply by providing flexibility and functionality to the processes and inventory.

Infor, under the mandate of Charles Phillips, has been striving to offer the ERP market with the most comprehensive yet cost-effective solutions. Peruse its site and see for yourself.


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