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Find the winning formula with chemical management software

Managing your chemical business doesn’t need to be complicated. It’s easy to stay compliant, manage distribution and track stock with ERP software for the chemical industry.

Optimise your lab business with ERP software for the chemical industry

Do you have the means to drive a more profitable chemical business? Investing in the right business management software could be the missing element of a more successful chemical enterprise. You need a solution that radically simplifies your operations, not complex software that adds more rigid procedures.

With ERP software designed to support chemical industry organisations, you’ll be able to connect all of the core tasks and processes that come with running a lab business. Offering complete visibility over your chemical operations, you’ll be able to optimise your supply, maintain product quality and remain globally compliant in an ever-changing environment.

Chemical inventory management software

The best chemical inventory software comes with barcode technology as part of a wider ERP solution. You’ll be able to improve the flow of your chemical stock inventory, responding faster to customer and marketplace trends.

Whether you run a small lab or a larger plant, a chemical inventory system will also help you overcome any distribution management challenges. Track your inventory from development to delivery with a barcode label system, take control of costs with access to a live purchasing database, and be one step ahead of any fluctuations in production and shipping. It’s chemical inventory tracking made simple.

The key features of chemical management software

There are many advantages to implementing a single solution where you can manage your stock and inventory alongside finance and workflow. Plus, with the chemical industry facing stricter compliance rules it has never been more important to have the ability to react rapidly, while maintaining the quality your customers expect.

Remain compliant globally

One of the biggest risks for global chemical companies is meeting all of the varying regulatory requirements locally, and especially further afield. The Globally Harmonised System (GHS) is one example. The costs of failing to comply with regulation can be severe. Failing to navigate the complex maze of global laws and restrictions can have devastating consequences for your business.
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Guarantee quality and consistency

As process manufacturing for the chemical industry moves toward increasingly specialised and multi-product business models, consistency between runs becomes more essential than ever. Equally, it’s important to maintain the quality, safety and efficacy of your products at all times, while having an element of flexibility to seize new commercial opportunities.

Take control of your supply chain

Your supply chain extends far beyond the boundaries of your chemical business. It’s likely some of your essential components are delivered by third-party organisations located around the globe. It’s important to implement chemical database software that reflects this, as often local systems don’t offer a complete view of your entire supply chain, leading to costly errors.

Choose a solution that works for your lab business

You need a scalable ERP and chemical inventory management system that fits in with your current company structure, but will also grow with your business.

Sage Business Cloud

Sage X3

Take control of your entire business, from supply chain to sales with Sage Business Cloud X3

  • A single solution for managing your core business processes including inventory, sales, customer service, finance and workflow
  • Collaborate across divisions, countries, multiple sites, languages and legislations
  • Manage financial operations with general ledger, cost accounting and budgeting
  • Control procurement, cash flow and business purchases
  • Get 360 degree view of customers across sales, marketing, customer service and support
  • Ideal for manufacturing, wholesale distribution and service processes businesses
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Take control of your chemical business

With Sage Business Cloud, it’s easy to control costs, manage risk and scale your chemical organisation.

Easy access

A secure cloud-based ERP application not only makes it easy for you to access your data at any time from anywhere, it helps you remain globally compliant with product release updates.

Minimise risk

Workplace safety is always a key priority. Maintain safe working conditions that limit the potential of risk and comply with regulations.

Reduce wastage

Significantly reduce operational costs and wastage with accurate data, while you eliminate the potential dangers of cross contamination and dispose of toxic substances safely.

Join other chemical businesses who've found success

Sage X3 has provided better control over our operations. With easy access to information, we can make more informed decisions on how to use our resources to better drive the company.

Don Lynch, director of operations
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