It is now widely recognized how crucial it is for companies to strengthen overview and insight into their data, and to use it efficiently and systematically. This in-vogue phenomenon—known as digital transformation—allows organizations to optimize processes, supply chain value and competitiveness. Accurate identification of optimal trading opportunities via new technologies is an added benefit.
Is your organization equipped to handle the loss of a key IT team member? Will certain critical functions within the organization get thrown off gear when that person leaves? Can the organization afford the risk?
Here's a common scenario for Dynamics 365 Finance users: "Company A" has a purchase order for $1,000 in January that will be a part of a fixed asset. There will be two additional PO’s that will be part of this fixed asset, but won’t be invoiced until February and March. The asset should not be placed in service until all three invoices have been posted.
When standard costing setups are made in Microsoft Dynamics, the process can be a little overwhelming — “item model group” and “item group” need to be defined, and a purchase order and a sales order must be processed. Then you need to create an invoice and review financial postings on the voucher form. Whew!
What’s the difference between warehouse status change and inventory status change in Dynamics 365? When the items in your warehouse are no longer available for sale — or items become available for sale — the change needs to be reflected in your inventory. In this situation, users can either take advantage of the periodic tasks inventory status change, or warehouse status change. What’s the difference?