Microsoft’s most popular ERP software Business Central has has both Assembly and Manufacturing capabilities. Which functionality should you be using? Shockingly, there is a surprising amount of businesses that choose the wrong functionality and are impacting their bottom line.
According to Michael Intravartolo, Co-host of A Shot of Business Central and A Beer Podcast, “Using Assembly when you should be using Manufacturing and vice-versa directly relates to your bottom line. You are more than likely having to go outside of the system to find and use tools. It’s definitely more beneficial to stay within the system, use the proper functionality, and use the proper tools associated with either Assembly or Manufacturing to increase your ROI.”
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Here’s an article that describes which functionality, Assembly or Manufacturing, is correct for your business and should be used within your ERP software.
Below is an Infographic that gives a high level overview of the differences between Assembly and Manufacturing within Business Central ERP software.