In this webcast I will demonstrate how one can inherit and track invoice information from the initial recording of the invoice until the settlement and payment of the invoice on the bank account. Realizing this inheritence and tracking does not require sophisticated Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Business Intelligence (BI) tools but rather the setup of default descriptions only. Have a look at the following video to see how this secret ‘super weapon’ works.
This post deals with maturity structures in financial reports and how one can create those structures in the standard MSDyn365FO application. In total two different approaches how those structures / reports can be created are illustrated together with their advantages / disadvantages and prerequisites one has to take care of.
In this webcast I will show you different options how one can generate and distribute financial reports to managers. A special focus is made on security issues and things that you have to take into consideration when distributing financial reports in the way presented.
This third and last post on GL journal imports with the help of Electronic Reporting focuses on the import of so-called split postings where one debit account and multiple credit accounts (or vice versa) are imported in MSDyn365FO GL journals.