Norwell, MA, October 02, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- To-Increase, a provider of Microsoft Dynamics solutions for Industrial Equipment Manufacturers (IEM), details how advanced discrete manufacturing is the sign that directs towards a profitable and efficient world for manufacturing professionals.
From competition to organization, manufacturers face challenges that require the tools and methodology of a discrete environment. With advanced discrete manufacturing, we see a change in thinking that’s focused on productive and resourceful manufacturing.
“Advanced discrete manufacturing isn’t just about today; it’s about tomorrow and how it will help you jump in front of your competitors in the long run. Embracing it sooner rather could give your brand the edge it needs," writes Luciano Cunha, Global Industry Director, To-Increase.
Cunha goes on to detail out how advanced discrete manufacturing benefits lead into the future, including:
· Getting an edge on completion
· Customizing production and products
· Improved efficiency
To read more on the future and how advanced discrete manufacturing will take use there, visit the To-Increase blog: http://blog.to-increase.com/advanced-discrete-manufacturing-the-future/
As a global ISV and Microsoft Gold Certified partner, To-Increase develops solutions for industry verticals, including highly specific Industrial Equipment Manufacturing, retail, wholesale, construction, distribution, and professional services segments. We offer end-to-end solutions built on Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Dynamics NAV, along with a wide range of business integration and add-on software for Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM solutions. We also develop e-Con, the leading sales and product configurator for Microsoft Dynamics. To-Increase has been recognized as the Microsoft Dynamics Outstanding ISV of the year for both 2009 and 2010, and has been a member of the Microsoft President’s Club and Inner Circle for three consecutive years. Our solutions are delivered worldwide through a network of highly trained partners.
Company Web Site: http://www.to-increase.com