We decided to come back to the good old topic: what Dynamics 365 Solution is better for manufacturing – D365 F&O or D365 BC?
Here we are sharing a quick Dynamics 365 F&O and BC Comparison table of the features that are related to manufacturing functions and processes.
Therefore, which of those multiple solutions is the best for manufacturing industry? When wearing consulting hat the answer is simple – the desired business solution is the one that covers required company‘s processes the best.
To make it easier for you to make your decision, we want to help to go through first round of selection quicker – which solution to consider first.
|Formula for process manufacturing||Yes||No|
|Batch attributes and active ingredient||Yes||No|
|Co- and by-products||Yes||No|
|Catch weight products||Yes||No|
|Production order planning||Yes||Yes|
|Gantt chart for production scheduleplans||Yes, if the plan is prepared for particularly limited capability resources||No|
|Operations’ sequencing of productionorders||Yes||No|
|Material availability check onproduction orders||Yes – a separate workplace||Yes – by the means of MRP|
|Full cycle of production order statuses– from the beginning till the end||Yes||Yes|
|Production floor manager’s workplacewith a possibility to manage theproduction operations||Yes||Yes|
|Production floor execution interfacefor an employee to register theoperations and review the instructions||Yes||No|
|Employee’s reports on malfunctioningequipment||Yes||No|
|Production performed based on theLEAN principals||Yes||No|
|Quality control process on finishingthe product, finishing co- or by-products, and performing theoperation||Yes||No|
|IoT panel for monitoring the sentequipment status||Yes – employing other Microsoft solutions in combination||No|
|Equipment (assets) maintenance and repairs integrated with production timetables||Yes – in case the repairmen’s works are accounted in the same company||No|
|Configurable products for MTO andATO production strategy||Yes, using the D365F&O product configurator||No|