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Introducing Tracked components for Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management

Introducing Tracked components for Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management

Tracked Components is the latest feature in the Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management's manufacturing capabilities, which was released in version 10.0.40 on April 26, 2024. With this feature, registering batch and serial numbers for components used in manufacturing processes is streamlined, and they are seamlessly matched to the batch and serial numbers for the finished products being produced, simplifying the entire process.

Improved track and trace capabilities in manufacturing offer enormous benefits in terms of real-time visibility into the supply chain. They provide a vibrant value proposition by ensuring quality control, regulatory compliance, risk mitigation, enhanced productivity, and improved customer satisfaction. Such systems enable manufacturers to optimize operations, reduce errors, and base their decisions on data, resulting in increased efficiency and superior products.

The introduction of Tracked Components in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management is a huge boon to manufacturers, empowering them to make the manufacturing process more efficient and streamlined.

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