Integrating Production Runs and Supply Chain for Manufacturing in Salesforce
Although there are different kinds of businesses and all of them varied from each other, one thing that’s a common issue is the lineal supply chain. And mostly it is the manufacturing companies that suffer the most from traditional supply chain management. Lack of collaboration between production and supply chain end up leaving a lot of loopholes. But all of the issues can be resolved by integrating production runs and supply chain with Salesforce CRM.
Lack of synchronization between production and supply chain can lead to delays in delivery, and reduced visibility and collaboration between processes. Integrating production runs and supply chains can bring different teams in a manufacturing company together through a centrally managed platform.
Benefits of Integrating Production Runs and Supply Chain
Bringing the supply chain and production department in a manufacturing company together is a great way to fill in the gaps between teams, providing everyone with the viability of processes in production as well as the supply chain.
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To elaborate on this, we have mentioned some benefits of integrating production runs and supply chain with Salesforce.
1. Better Collaboration with Suppliers
Salesforce allows keeping communication transparent between internal teams and suppliers. It provides consolidated collaboration, case management for operational issues, and access to supplier self-service portals.
2. Simplified Onboarding Process
Salesforce integration allows teams to use workflows and automation to create vendor networks that would accelerate the supplier onboarding process. This allows in-house teams to evaluate their needs and look for suppliers according to their requirements.
3. Access to Supply Chain Analytics
Using Salesforce, you can easily benchmark and compare supplier analytics with multiple systems of record. You can access actionable insights using AI for supplier stratification and risk recognition, ongoing performance management, and timely monitoring and alerting about the supply chain process.
Connecting production and supply chain would help teams to be updated to their stock and material usage for production. Using analytics teams can forecast the quantity of supply that would be required to keep the production in line. It even helps to plan future product and supply change according to the expected market demand.
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Increase Productivity by Integrating Production Runs and Supply Chain
Fill in the gap between your production team and supplier with Salesforce that would help you maintain transparency of information on both parts. Salesforce can help to keep the in-house teams and suppliers on the same page to work together and boost business.