Direct impact and the time to respond
Today’s successful manufacturers have been through a lot to survive in the face of global disruption. Many manufacturers didn’t know what was coming next – and likewise, many consumers halted their non-essential spending as they were very much in a period of unknown.
As a result, IT teams needed to re-prioritise and accelerate IT projects, scaling up the digital part of the business and move to a more agile model. By moving to cloud-based solutions, manufacturers have become more responsive to the turbulent market; they can focus on better customer interactions, serving customers faster, and operating more efficiently.
Our paper explores Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management functionality, coupled with a case study featuring Majans, a leading Australian snack -food manufacturer who implemented the Dynamics 365 solution with DXC: demonstrating how Australian manufacturers can leverage the Microsoft platform and the skills of DXC to thrive in this time of disruption, to create an intelligent and resilient supply chain.