Brief about the Client
It is a diverse automotive retailing and logistics firm and is Australia’s largest motoring group. Integration with other systems is necessary at the Customer’s approximately 40 automotive and commercial vehicle dealerships. Client operations were running on a legacy platform that was 25 years old.
The customer’s unique requirement was to standardise the warehouse management and inventory data collection processes from several dealers across Australia. Manhattan Scale, Device Management, Fleet Management, and Case Management were among the external systems that needed to be integrated further.
The project’s task is to find and characterise commonalities in logistics architecture and mid-term planning issues in the retail and automotive sectors in a specific internal area of their supply chains. Design, technique, and strategy – This paper’s framework is based on the benchmarking technique. It is based on findings from multiple collaborative studies with merchants and automakers.
Outcome and Benefits
Real-time data connection to improve inventory management, dedicated resources assigned to the project while maintaining the criticality and scope in mind, optimal cost realisation and access to the relevant capabilities, and total operational freedom for business users.
Tools and Technologies
MS Dynamics AX 2012 R3
MS SharePoint 2013, SSRS
SQL SERVER 2014 Ent Ed