Looking to see our metals ERP in action?
Every day we work with metals companies like yours. That means we know how to make Microsoft platforms work for the specific needs of metals companies.
We’ll help you use Microsoft platforms and our metals software to lay a strong foundation for new services, new capabilities, and new lines of business – so you can stay competitive in a constantly changing market.
Our teams bring deep industry experience and modern metals software solutions for Microsoft to help your company increase productivity, prepare for future growth, and better serve your customers.
Our metals analytics solution helps you translate your metals organization's data into strategic decision-making, so you can meet changing market demands, understand customers' buying practices, and differentiate your products and services from the competition.
When your suppliers are disconnected and operating in their own silos, planning becomes more difficult and your customer delivery performance suffers. We’ve got metals software solutions that help you integrate your supply chain – building consistency, control, and reliability right into your processes.
Using our deep metals industry knowledge and specialized technology expertise, we can help you transform the way your metals business works.
A streamlined system positions Haynes International for the future.
Crowe Metals Accelerator + Microsoft Dynamics™ 365 is a fully integrated cloud ERP system with the capacity to advance digital transformation in a legacy industry
Oscar Winski Company
“The [Crowe] team…fit right in. It wasn’t like a traditional professional relationship – they dug in and helped everyone do their jobs.”
– Jerry Staddon, Chief Information Officer
Our metals software solutions, implementation services, and support are designed for the unique needs of companies across the metals supply chain.
Get the tool set to help improve customer service, increase inventory visibility, and plan operations better.
Optimize material planning, integrate production control, and improve quality management.
Communicate in real time to manage inventory, production specifications, quality, shipping, and receiving.
Pipe and tube
Provide end-to-end visibility to inventory dimensions such as OD/ID, pipe schedule, tube gauge shape, and length to allow for faster order fulfillment.
Wire and cable
Manage your manufacturing processes for better cost tracking and analysis of product performance.
Track materials specifications; get visibility to inventory dimensions; buy, sell, produce, and price the same material using the optimal UOM.
Precious metals and commodities
Understand your precious metals market position and manage the precious metals you use from purchase to sale.
From coil, sheet, plate, and long product processing to complex fabrication and assembly, easily manage the unique combination of process and discrete manufacturing in a single, end-to-end ERP solution.
Leverage a wide range of services and the expertise of Crowe specialists to address related challenges your metals business faces.
We understand your business. We speak your language. We can skip over the surface issues and dig right into the deeper challenges that are really causing you pain.
Our investment in and passion for the metals industry mean a much closer relationship, with the kind of care you only get from someone who truly understands what you’re going through.
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