Intertruck MENA turns to Microsoft Dynamics
Truck spares company improves business process with Dynamics ERP roll out
Intertruck MENA, a specialist in spare parts for heavy and light vehicles, has completed the roll out of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 ERP, to help improve its business processes.
The ERP solution was deployed by Gold certified Microsoft Dynamic Partner, Levtech Consulting, who also carried out a business process analysis exercise, to ensure the best fit for Intertruck's business.
The Microsoft Dynamic AX 2009 serves all of Intertruck's business units across the region, and helps manage business processes including inventory control, finance, and warehouse and logistics management. Intertruck is also able to access better forecasting ti improve inventory management and customer service, and to benefit from easy-to-use reporting capabilities.
Armand van Huut, finance director, Intertruck MENA commented: "Levtech's experienced team well-understood our requirement and challenges. We required a solution that provides minimal intrusion, boost operational productivity and at the same time offer better collaboration with our parent company.
"With Microsoft Dynamics, we are able to get complete visibility of our stock, better manage our inventory and finances, and simplify our processes. Moreover, the solution provides accurate and timely reporting to help us efficiently streamline our operations with just a click of button. We enjoyed an on-time and on-budget implementation from Levtech and look forward to their continued support," added Van Huut.
Shajith Kumar, project director, Levtech Consulting added: "Microsoft Dynamics AX offers highly configurable industry-specific capabilities to meet specific organization requirements and help companies remain efficient and competitive. With Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009, Intertruck has been able to achieve complete operational visibility, better collaboration between departments and up-to-date data through reporting to boost its organizational productivity and efficiency."