They both have the same data and deadline - tomorrow morning. Dylan uses the reminders on his dashboard to see which orders need to be fulfilled today. He can also see, right away, which items are on backorder, and create POs.
He has time to take a break and grab a cup of coffee.
Steve, on the other hand, is going to have to review his emails for all the newest updates to his customer orders, inventory counts, and received purchase orders. Unfortunately, he’ll have to skip his break today.
With NetSuite, it’s easy for your team to collaborate, because all users rely on the same real-time information.
Now let’s say that Dylan’s order management team just confirmed a new batch of customer orders. There’s no need to check emails. Unlike Steve, who won’t know until he gets a phone call. He’ll never have real-time data.
Dylan is leaving work a little early today.
Steve isn’t even halfway done and won’t be making it home for supper tonight. And the same thing will happen the next time he’s given an urgent project.
With NetSuite, your company can avoid putting this kind of strain on your team. Think about a centralized software allowing for automated and seamless processes for all your operations.