We recently launched a new add-on for Microsoft Dynamics NAV, called SimCrest Average Stock Calculator, and you are welcome to join us for a demo at 11:30 a.m. central time on November 11, 2010.
Average Stock Calculator gives companies the ability to maintain inventory level based on historical average usage without complicating the process. It is a streamlined add-on which requires very little setup and is very easy to use.
This add-on is designed to complement the demand forecasting function in standard Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Purchasing agents are able to make the right decisions on when to order, what to order, and how much to order from vendors based on historical average usage of items and Stock Keeping Units (SKU).
In standard Microsoft Dynamics NAV, demand prediction is calculated based on current supply and demand, but there is no way to also look back historically and see how many, on average, have been sold in the past, or do a forecast for future sales. All of this has to be done with manual setups at each item/SKU level, but SimCrest Average Stock Calculator automates the manual work for you and allows you to predict future demand in both ways.
We will host a webcast to introduce and demonstrate Average Stock Calculator at 11:30 a.m. central time on Thursday, November 11th, 2010. If you are interested in seeing how it works for Dynamics NAV 2009 RTC, please register at http://www.simcrest.com/company_events.php?id=28
See detailed information:
Product Outline: http://www.simcrest.com/relay/filestore/simcrest-solutions/add-on-products-for-dynamics-nav/SimCrest%20Average%20Stock%20Calculator/SimCrest%20Average%20Stock%20Calculator.pdf
White Paper: http://www.simcrest.com/relay/filestore/simcrest-solutions/add-on-products-for-dynamics-nav/SimCrest%20Average%20Stock%20Calculator/SimCrest%20Average%20Stock%20Calculator%20White%20Paper.pdf
Press Release: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/10/prweb4711804.htm
Add-on Solution Page; http://www.simcrest.com/products.php?crumbTitle=add-on-products-for-dynamics-nav