Secured Multichannel Retail Store Operations for a Farm Supply Cooperative
About the Company
The client is a Danish-based farmers' co-operative owned by 12,000+ member farmers rolled out Dynamics 365 & Sonata’s CTRM across multinational operations, satisfying different fiscal and currency requirements while ensuring systems are standardized, efficient and geared towards maximizing profits.
The client is a cooperative farm supply company selling feedstuff mixes, ingredients and vitamin mixes, fertilizer, crop protection,, seed and energy. It also purchases crops from farmers.
The company’s goal was to streamline solutions to have one platform for day-to-day ERP across its agribusiness divisions, and to modernise and standardise back-office functions such as financial reporting and sales and purchase orders. However, it was the company’s need for a robust commodity trading solution that drove their choice of ERP.
Sonata Software’s Commodity CTRM is Microsoft certified for the cloud-based Dynamics 365 platform and dovetails seamlessly with the Microsoft Finance Operations ERP. The solution has been rolled out across clients’ multinational operations, satisfying different fiscal and currency requirements while ensuring systems are standardized, efficient, and geared towards maximizing profits.
Sonata Software’s Commodity CTRM puts contracts at the center of operations. It provides powerful tools for automatically adjusting contract pricing, and responding to changes in any or all quality parameters as crops are harvested and test results become available. Once adjustments are recorded in the contract they are automatically reflected in inventory (warehousing) and invoices (financials).
Sonata implemented a retail commerce solution to manage sales of food for livestock and pets, work clothes, fertilizer, tools, and equipment (farm and domestic) across 21 stores (29 registers).
Sonata Software took the client further along their digital journey, implementing a retail commerce solution to manage sales of food for livestock and pets, work clothes, fertilizer, tools, and equipment (farm and domestic) across 21 stores (29 registers).