Sectores Microsoft Dynamics 365


Manufacturing Dynamics 365

The manufacturing industry is subject to the exacting demand and high competitiveness of the sector. The quality of the product, the time used to manufacture it and the price of the final product requires manufacturers to have maximum control of production and delivery to the customer. The planning of all resources, labor and raw materials requires an exhaustive control of the entire manufacturing process in order to offer the market the most competitive product.

Meat Dynamics 365

The meat sector faces significant challenges such as maintaining margins, improving business operations and, of course, reducing costs. The strategic need that the meat sector has in investing in technology for the modernization of meat production management systems decisively influences the rest of its business initiatives. Specifically those aimed at improving productivity, competitiveness and cost reduction.

Distribution Dynamics 365

Globalization has resulted in the distribution and logistics industry operating internationally, offering its services and products throughout the world. The distribution sector needs comprehensive, agile, safe and profitable management of its activity, both inside and outside its territory, taking into account each of the countries with its own characteristics, not only concerning languages and currencies, but also regarding legal requirements.

Retail Dynamics 365

Innovation lies at the heart of all the changes that retail companies will have to undertake in order to face the new challenges in the market. The speed with which new technologies evolve forces retail companies to make decisions as soon as possible. However, on many occasions, retail limits itself with information systems that are unable to handle all the information related to its products, without being able to introduce variables, having limited flexibility for its businesses and with low visibility of its operations.

Services Dynamics 365

In the services sector, diverse activities come together, some with a notable technological component and others in human resources, but all these services face the challenge of a highly competitive global market. The challenge of the sector, taking into account its diversity, has been fueled by the ability to innovate and absorb progress and advances in new technologies, as essential elements to increase its productive efficiency. These companies must continually review their business models, their procedures and their inclusion in technologies that provide value, with the aim of responding to an increasingly demanding market.