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The manufacturing sector is constantly evolving to meet global challenges by taking advantage of new technology to increase productivity and streamline operations.

To succeed in the marketplace, today's manufacturing companies must get the best possible results from all aspects of their operations. Whether you're Made to Order, Made for Stock, or a Job Shop exclusively handling customer orders, the same principles drive your operations - accurate inventory control, streamlined processing, effective communications, and sound decision-making. Manufacturing organizations, both large and small, need to get their products to market faster, increase operational efficiency, and meet the specific demands of customers.

Net Result helps manufacturing firms meet technical challenges from integrating data across the enterprise, to improving workflow, and to meeting forecast demand.


Whether you're a manufacturer, importer, exporter, or any kind of organization that needs to deliver goods, distribution is key to competitiveness, profitability, and customer satisfaction. Customer service has become so important in today's economy that it can make or break a company.

Net Result's Distribution solutions give you the answer. With industry-standard solutions, rapid implementation, and workflow tailored to the way you do business, you'll see a return on your investment you can take to the bank.

By automating and integrating your distribution systems with the rest of your organization, you benefit by lowering your costs and decreasing your delivery times. These two improvements have a direct effect on sales and retention.

First, with lower costs, you can offer products at lower prices. That alone improves sales and draws customers. Second, being able to provide customers with faster service and detailed information about inventory and products in transit means that you're increasing customer satisfaction, customer loyalty, and fundamentally your profitability.
Distributors face significant pressures resulting from global competition, shorter product life cycles, and lean economic conditions. The escalating requirements of large customers create painful challenges for those distributors still tied to conventional supply-chain processes. These customers are compelling distributors to adopt value-added supply-chain services, such as collaborative planning and vendor-managed inventories. Predicting and responding to customer demand is a consistent problem. Distributors constantly struggle with too little, or too much, inventory. At each step along the supply chain, outdated systems make it difficult to identify products that are moving slowly, or are out of stock. Left unresolved, these issues lead to discounts, lost orders, higher inventory costs, and lost customers. Dynamic market conditions place intense strain on industrial distributors.

To stay competitive and avoid being bypassed altogether, distributors must adapt to evolving market demands by reducing costs and creating service-related income.

Lean and Effective: Managing the Supply Chain The highest revenue and profits will be garnered by distributors who sell integrated supply contracts with comprehensive service-level commitments. A robust IT environment with effective supply-chain management systems is the key to attaining this level of profitability. Companies launching supply-chain management solutions can leverage their business automation as a substantial competitive advantage. When coupled with inventory control technology, distributors can increase the speed of delivery and shorten lead times with improved inventory turns and accuracy of order-fill rates. These capabilities can help distributors reduce costs drastically and gain a strong position as a low-cost, preferred supplier while creating additional value to their customers.

Purchase Order Management
Inventory Management
Demand Planning
Logistics Management
Warehouse Management