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Navy Adopts ERP Platform for Supply Chain Management

U.S. NavyThe U.S. Navy’s Naval Supply Systems Command has implemented an enterprise resource planning system designed to integrate financial, workforce and program management functions.

NAVSUP Weapons Systems Support upgraded its legacy Material Financial Control System to an ERP platform that will work to manage more than half of the branch’s total financial obligations, the Navy said Oct. 25.

“Standing up MFCS was one of the hardest things our program office had to do,” said Ron Stein, a NAVSUP WSS deputy comptroller based in Philadelphia.

“However, the transition to Navy ERP is a necessary step in optimizing our efforts and supporting customers,” Stein added.

WSS aims to increase financial transparency, standardize supply chain management and asset visibility through its ERP Release 1.1 infrastructure.

The organization provides support services for aircraft, surface ships and submarines operated by the Navy, Marine Corps and allied forces worldwide.

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