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Introducing Tracked components for Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management

Introducing Tracked components for Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management

Microsoft has unveiled its latest feature, Tracked Components, in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, which streamlines the process of registering batch and serial numbers for components used in manufacturing processes. This feature is part of the manufacturing capabilities in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management and was released in version 10.0.40 on April 26th, 2024. By enhancing track and trace capabilities in manufacturing, Tracked Components offers real-time visibility into the supply chain, ensuring quality control, regulatory compliance, risk mitigation, enhanced productivity, and improved customer satisfaction. Ultimately, these systems empower manufacturers to optimize operations, reduce errors, and base decisions on data, leading to increased efficiency and superior products.

If you are interested in the new Tracked Components feature and how it can benefit your business, you can find more information and details about this public preview in the original post of Introducing Tracked components for Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Blog.

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