JD Edwards Fulfillment Management – Do More with Less

If you have trouble prioritizing customer demand with available inventory, you need to address your order fulfillment challenge.  In most cases, order fulfillment dilemmas are a result of manual processing.  Every workaround at every step in the process adds to further delays in fulfillment, leading to dissatisfied customers. In the worst cases, it even reduces sales.

The solution to this challenge is to implement more automation.

By targeting the automation of the most standard order and shipping types, the highest value can be achieved in the quickest time-frame. Automating these common scenarios will save time that may be re-allocated to handling higher order volumes and handling exceptions to standard processes.  And, by realizing the benefits of this automation, you are laying the foundation for further automation and efficiency.

Corning Data has helped many of our clients solve similar order fulfillment challenges by utilizing the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Fulfillment Management module. They were able to reduce their manual workload, speed up processing, and increase both customer service levels and sales. Our clients discovered they were able to do more with less by properly utilizing the JD Edwards Fulfillment Management module, which they already owned.

Contact us at 800-455-5996 or info@corningdata.com to find out how you can better use JD Edwards Fulfillment Management to automate your fulfillment process and get more out of doing less.

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