The database was imported from the old merchandise management system on the key date, so that the company was able to start with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (formerly Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Navision) in autumn 2006 without a shutdown or a parallel run. Since then, the IT solution has been continuously modernized and expanded with additional modules from synko Components. This enabled the wittig ELECTRONIC GmbH among other things a barcode-based, chaotic storage for optimal use of the storage area, the electronic data exchange with your customers and suppliers via EDIFACT and specific labelling of the goods according to customer specifications.
“The industry solution offered by synko can be described quite simply: Simple. Comprehensive. Complete.”
Michael Wittig, CEO of wittig ELECTRONIC GmbH
From its headquarter in Brand-Erbisdorf, wittig ELECTRONIC GmbH supplies its worldwide customers with electronic components and likewise offers an extensive range of services. And this for the last 25 years. In addition to SMD roll goods, blister tapes from various manufacturers which are offered in different packaging units, can also be supplied.
synko Components is the integrated industry solution for industrial distribution and wholesalers based on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (formerly Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Navision). synko Components upgrades the system standard with industry-typical functionalities, optimizes stock levels and increases the efficiency of workflows enormously.
Compared to the original system, wittig ELECTRONIC GmbH was able to increase its sales from 65 million components in 2006 to 340 million components in 2007 by migrating to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (formerly Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Navision) with synko Components. Today, the annual sales volume is 800 million components. In addition, wittig ELECTRONIC GmbH achieved significant improvements in quality management through the possibility of detailed recording of complaints, complaints due to incorrect deliveries fell to less than 0.01 %.