Retail Compliance for Navision Manufacturers etc.

Microsoft Business Solutions Webcast: Retail Compliance for Navision Manufacturers, Distributors, and Importers—Level 200 Start Time: Friday, October 22, 2004 9:00 AM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) End Time: Friday, October 22, 2004 10:00 AM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) Event Description Products: Other. Recommended Audience: Business Decision Maker. Language: English-American Description: Now there is a solution for companies needing to meet retail compliance, whether they are distributors, manufacturers, or importers that sell to retailers. Retail Supplier Link (RSL), built inside Microsoft® Business Solutions-Navision®, is a product suite offering EDI, E-Ship, E-Receive, Advanced Forecasting & Procurement (AFP), and Radio Frequency (RF) for the warehouse. From implementing EDI trading partners without programming, to generating UCC labels and Advanced Ship Notices, automating the packing and shipping manifest systems for UPS, Fed Ex, and Less-Than-Truck-Load carriers, to automating the warehouse by assigning bar codes as products are received, RSL covers the retail supplier’s needs, all in one system. RF is one powerful feature that brings tremendous efficiency to the warehouse with dynamic picking, receiving, and put away. In this webcast you will learn about the extensive functionality and efficiency in Retail Supplier Link and see how this can be accomplished within one database in Navision, when it takes other providers several different systems to provide similar capabilities. Presenter: Dale Lanham, CEO, Lanham Associates Dale Lanham has worked in the software business with a focus on the Distribution Industry for nearly 30 years. As CEO of Lanham Associates since 1997, Dale fosters high standards for Lanham supply chain solutions and he takes a hands-on approach to the company’s software design. Lanham Associates created the original Advanced Distribution product for Navision, and has been delivering supplemental supply chain products ever since. Dale has served on Microsoft Business Solutions Partner Council, and is currently a member of the MBS Consumer Packaged Goods Council. Sign up: here