August 30th: Connecting APICS Best Practices to Your Dynamics NAV Environment

Is your organization's management of vendors consistent with APICS Best Practices? 

Do you know how using Power BI can assist with your Vendor Performance management? 

 

The American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) is the long-time leader in the supply chain industry for establishing valued best practices and setting the standards for efficiency and continuous improvement. 

Join our Dynamics NAV Practice Manager, Maher Malki, as he reviews a selection of pertinent standards for managing Supply Chain Performance, to enable you to translate business strategies into supply chain execution plans and policies.

The APICS best practices that will be specifically addressed will be around vendors and managing vendors along with demonstrating how the Western Computer Power BI content pack can help in some of these areas.

To realize true value, we will "make it real" for your organization and connect these principles to improvements you can make to the efficiencies in your company's Dynamics NAV environment through improvement in your supply chain best practices.

 


Join us for this free webinar to explore these functionalities and more: 

Business Intelligence Create a Dashboard Watch a Demonstration

Elevate your supply chain performance

Innovative supply chain know-how

Continuous advancement of supply chain management

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