I am the VP of IT and Finance at a medium-sized hospitality company.
We are in the process of implementing Infor M3. Our implementor has us review the features to manage our items in M3 by either the Supply Chain function or MRP to let the system manage how to replenish the demand.
Which are the pros and cons of each function? Which function do you prefer?
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So the pricing will typically end up at about 1/3 to 1/2 of Oracle or SAP, and probably 50% higher than MS Dynamics AX (which normally overruns consulting budgets - so there's that).
There's a lot of other products out there with pricing all in between. So if it's the right system for you, then you can get the pricing right at the end.
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Can you share the reasoning behind your consideration to switch?
Which features are you looking for in a new/different solution?
Limited Rework functionality,
Poor functionality if you need Catchweight functionality
Process controls in logistics/procurement and manufacturing are controlled by order type in M3, AX has limited controls by order type etc.
Limited Allowance for shrinkage etc. in production
Limited Variance Reporting and Actual Costing functionality
Limited functionality fro managing potency of a raw material
Limited cross warehouse sourcing suggestions functionality
Limited family forecasting functionality
Ease of development within integrated development suite.
cloudbased solution and future global use.
And html5 functionality