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enVista and Avercast, LLC announce strategic partnership
enVista, a leading supply chain consulting and IT services firm, has partnered with Avercast, an inventory forecasting and demand planning solutions provider. Together, the companies will enable Microsoft Dynamics AX users to add critical demand planning and sales and operations planning (S&OP) to their ERP platforms.
enVista’s experienced Enterprise Solutions consultants help clients integrate Avercast’s advanced planning tools with their ERP systems. Avercast provides robust planning functionality that works seamlessly with Microsoft Dynamics AX. Avercast has integrated its planning solutions with Dynamics AX to create a common data repository to deliver rapid, accurate demand and supply plans and fully support S&OP. In addition, dashboards can readily be built in Microsoft Dynamics AX, enabling executives to drill down into data presented in spreadsheet form.
In order to effectively use ERP and advanced planning solutions for S&OP, companies need a firm grasp on both the process and the technologies. enVista delivers significant value with deep roots in supply chain consulting, significant ERP implementation expertise and experience, and a focus on driving profitability from supply chains.
“Microsoft Dynamics users need real-time insight into their operations and the ability to sense and respond quickly and effectively to changing customer preferences and buying patterns across all selling channels,” said Jason Averill, president of Avercast. “Our alliance with enVista ensures that Microsoft Dynamics users have access to the resources they need to better compete while driving multi-channel sales and improving customer service.”
Bruce Eicher, enVista’s Managing Partner of Enterprise Solutions, said “Combining enVista’s supply chain and ERP expertise with Avercast’s deep demand planning solution is a perfect fit for Microsoft Dynamics AX users in manufacturing or distribution. With this partnership, users will gain increased insight into their sales forecasts and inventory levels and cut costs – all within their enterprise system. The Cloud based SaaS architecture enables the ease of implementation and support.”
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