With the e-balance sheet, you can easily create an electronic tax balance sheet from the trade balance sheet in Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Microsoft Dynamics AX.
cc|task-based scheduling is the ideal complement to the production module of Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Microsoft Dynamics AX, in particular for all manufacturing companies faced with a high number of variants, fluctuating order quantities and ever shorter delivery times. Task-based scheduling allows you to see delivery deadlines, lead times and stock levels at a glance and identify deviations quickly.
For the first time, the innovative approach of Task-based scheduling means you can tap the advantages of flow orientation for production with high component diversity and complex material flows. Order planning and scheduling are carried out roughly based on defined time frames. Through scheduled synchronisation and capacity levelling during planning, the workplace groups are given a feasible order volume for each time frame.
The actual order controlling is carried out within the time frame by the employees at operational level. This room for manoeuvre in production makes it possible to react efficiently and quickly to incidents. The strengths of this lean planning include: organisational flexibility, demand-based resource deployment, short communication and decision-making channels as well as high acceptance of the planning results by the employees.