I would like to have some inputs here about this scenario:
I have a customer who actually have several companies: A, B, C, D, E, F and may buy more .
Company A is the Parent company where all financial statements ( 6 actually ) of all sisters companies can be done.
Company B has 3 divisions in 3 differents sites . Activities that are done are: Selling; Purchasing; holds inventory also for the other companies ( other divisions )
Company C has 4 divisions in 3 differents sites . Activities that are done are: Manufacturing ( MRP ) ; Selling; Purchasing; holds inventory also for the other companies ( other divisions ). MRP must be able to fulfill demand of the other company who are selling goods.
Company D has only 1 site and manage equipment that are rented to the other companies ( other divisions)
Companies E and F are US Companies that are doing Manufacturing and Distribution , each company has its own inventory.
How can I setup those companies in NAV to be able to simplify and run my processes?? I thing of using dimensions; SKU and locations. locations
The target here for my client is to ultimately has: Only 1 company that invoice all orders but also keep invoicing in each company .
Possibility to see inventory globally so sell can be done base on stock availability.
Any advices will be more than appreciated.