Better Manufacturing Through Connected Operations

Welcome to The New Age of Digital Manufacturing

Thanks to cloud computing and artificial intelligence, huge shifts are taking place in the world of manufacturing. We are on the cusp of the smart factory, where automation and machine learning will drive production, reduce waste, and lead to unprecedented levels of efficiency.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Manufacturing is built upon these innovations and is your gateway to the future.*

Industrial Revolution 4.0

The days of regarding ERP software as merely an integrated accounting solution are long gone. Today’s Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a holistic powerhouse that helps you manage every aspect of your business – from finance to operations, HR to marketing. Most importantly – like the advent of the production line – it will help you revolutionize the way you make things.

At Tigunia, we have decades of experience in all forms of manufacturing – repetitive, discrete, job shop, and process. It’s kind of our thing. And we’d be happy to help you with a free demo or consultation.

Gain instant access to real-time information across your supply chain.

Monitor your shop floor equipment to maximize uptime and streamline maintenance.

Shorten production cycles and boost profits with intelligent reporting.

Centralize your customer data to optimize service and foster loyalty.

Digitize your operations on a single, integrated platform.

Leverage Dynamics 365’s built-in AI capabilities to predict demand and plan ahead.

Dynamics 365 Business Central Manufacturing Module

Microsoft Dynamics 365 comes in two versions: Business Central, and Finance & Operations. Determining which is right for your business is based on your manufacturing requirements and the size of your organization.

  • Production orders
  • Version management
  • Agile manufacturing
  • Basic supply planning
  • Demand forecasting
  • Capacity planning
  • Machine centers
  • Finite loading

Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations Manufacturing Module

  • Production control
  • Master planning
  • Material and capacity planning
  • Resource management
  • Job scheduling and sequencing
  • Product configuration
  • Shop floor management
  • Inventory management
  • Master planning
  • Inventory management
  • Multi-site warehouse management
  • Transportation management
  • Order promising
  • Distribution planning
  • Quality management
  • Direct and indirect procurement
  • Purchase requisitions
  • Supplier relationship management
  • Vendor self-service portal

Ready for better technology and peace of mind?