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Manor Farm Counts its Chickens With Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Sysco

Manor Farm Counts its Chickens With Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Sysco
March 10
17:38 2016

Food and beverage manufacturers can no longer succeed by fine-tuning a relatively straightforward process of pushing as much through the production and supply chain operations as efficiently as possible. They must be flexible to handle a much more complex product line and set of sales channels that appeal to specific niche buyers and their lifestyles.

To enable employees to succeed in this more complex environment, IT can ease the burden. Comprehensive and industry-specific enterprise resource planning (ERP) and surrounding IT infrastructure tools are not only important, but increasingly available to even smaller companies.

Significant Gaps in Data Flows

Most food and beverage manufacturers currently have significant gaps in data flows that result in waste and errors. These can lead to ineffective innovation, inadequate traceability of product sources and handling issues, and slow responsiveness to market shifts.

Sysco2March2016Food and beverage companies that evolve to a business process utilising more integrated ERP tools together with mobility, business intelligence, and collaboration tools can improve business performance and seize opportunities to gain market share.

Simply put, to stay ahead of the competition, food and beverage manufacturers must evolve with their partners to become more innovative, sustainable, and responsive.

Adaptable ERP Solution

Working with some of the largest companies within the food and drink industry for many years, like Manor Farm, Sysco has created a highly adaptable ERP solution for the food and drink industry.

In that time Sysco have built up a knowledge of the challenges the industry faces, and from that Sysco have developed a range of ‘best practice solutions’ for customers who actively want to reduce costs, manage performance and grow the business in new or existing markets.

SyscoLogoMarch2016Sysco’s experienced, dedicated ERP specialists understand the needs of the various niche sectors, whether it be meat, dairy, poultry, drinks, feed, seed, processing or distribution. Sysco’s team has worked across all of these sectors and understands all the pressures and complexities.

Sysco is the largest reseller of Microsoft Dynamics in Ireland and have the largest dedicated team. Sysco’s experience and insight helped the following Irish companies forge ahead to greener pastures – Avondale Foods, Foyle Food Group, Gleeson Group, Ampersand, Odenburg Engineering, Dawn Farm Foods, Dale Farm – saving money and improving productivity with their choice of ERP/Manufacturing software.

Contact Sysco to discuss your requirements today on Tel +353 1 6768900, E-mail marketing@sysco-software.com or visit www.sysco-software.com.

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