FFR Merchandising – Velosio Streamlines Operations with Microsoft Dynamics NAV
FFR was a growing distribution company that needed to integrate and streamline operations on a single platform. See how a Microsoft Dynamics NAV implementation from Velosio help FFR Merchandising lower costs, support future growth and integrate critical business functions.
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Velosio Case Study: FFR Merchandising
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About the Company
Since its founding in 1962, FFR Merchandising has evolved into the leading designer, marketer, and value-added supplier of retail merchandising, loss prevention, and operational efficiency solutions that provide substantial value to customers across a wide variety of markets. The distribution company continues to serve as a market leading partner built upon innovative product development, expert global sourcing, high-efficiency operations and best-in-class sales and customer support. Building upon 50 years of experience, reputation and market strength, FFR is the only company in that can offer the strength of 15,000 unique in-stock, custom and made-to-order merchandising products, hundreds of new products annually, and creative custom design solutions.
FFR was a growing company that had recently made an acquisition and needed to integrate and streamline the combined operations on a single platform. One portion of the organization was using Microsoft Dynamics NAV while others were using Oracle. They chose to standardize the organization on Microsoft Dynamics due to its lower cost of ownership, ease of use, and flexibility to support future growth.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV is used for accounting, purchasing, order processing, production tasks, and financial reporting. Velosio created seamless integrations with WMS, job management, document management, and credit card processing solutions to create a best-of-breed solution.
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