Commodity Procurement for Manufacturing provides an integrated solution for contract administration, shipping/logistics, inventory management, financial integration and reporting. All trading and contract information is available in real-time and the solution supports the full life cycle of commodity contracts.
Flexibility and Control:
Although most manufacturing companies have common commodity procurement requirements some commodities require specialised functionality. Commodity Procurement offers the flexibility to address special requirements in areas like, documentation, advanced logistics or compliance.
Scalable’s Commodity Procurement provides both the flexibility and control to procure successfully and real-time access to contract and logistics information supports better communication between departments and with suppliers.
Commodity Procurement Key Features:
- Track contract through the full life cycle from initial booking to invoicing
- Time saving contact entry and administration
- Compare contracts with daily market prices and mark to market valuations
- Contract Spreads across several delivery periods
- Quality based price adjustments (bonification)
- Workflow rules for the generation of shipping documents
- Advanced logistics with site scheduling, movement instructions and load management
- Logistics schedule with an overview of movement of goods, route and cost information for transports
- Set up and management of customer specific logistics documents
- Invoicing on behalf of commodity vendor freight companies, self billing invoices or RCTI
- Full integration with financial routines in Microsoft Dynamics AX
- Optional Risk Management
- Handling of multiple currencies
Commodity Trading with Risk Management:
Commodity Procurement can be extended with modules for commodity trading and risk management, making it the ideal solution for trading organisations.
Commodity Procurement for Manufacturing with Microsoft Dynamics AX has not been reviewed by any customers.
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