How can a company manage inbound/outbound transportation costs more efficiently? Join RSM to understand what platforms they recommend using to help manage transportation. We will review Microsoft’s recently released landed cost module and RSM’s ProShip Shipping Service integration.
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- Understand the landed cost module and inbound container management/tracking
- Realize how RSM’s ProShip Shipping Service integration increases distribution flexibility and efficiency while reducing costs
- Learn how RSM can help organizations develop a clear view of their transportation framework
Question & Answer Transcript:
Lacy: The first question is does the ProShip integration handle 3rd party shipment as well?
Connor: The ProShip accelerator service does handle third-party shipment types as well. That is defined in the D365 delivery terms. You can use FedEx, UPS, or USPS. Any carrier you want to use can be supported.
Lacy: The next question is: Can I use transportation management to plan for internal transfers?
Nick: So you can use transportation management to put in plan loads with transfer orderliness on those loads. You can put sales orders and transfer orders on those, and the main downside to doing this is there is no way out of the box in d365 just with transportation management to allocate or assign any costs to specific items. Currently, it is separate from the transportation management module.
Lacy: Thank you, do the presenters have any closing comments?
Nick: Please do not hesitate to reach out to your RSM contacts or our D365 industrials team if you have any questions. Our email address is email@example.com if you want to reach out to us there. Thank you.
Lacy: That concludes today’s webinar, and thank you for joining us. Please fill out our contact form or send us an email. Thank you, and have a great day.