In this second part, I show you how you can extract the previously calculated loan details and use them to fill MSDyn365FO ledger journals for posting the bank loan details.
In this webcast I show you how you can use MS-Flow and PowerApps to incorporate bank loans in MSDyn365FO. You will also learn how you can use Excel templates to execute macro like calculations in MS Flow for calculating loan details that separate the total monthly payment into a principal and interest amount.
This webcast extends the previous one and shows you how you can incorporate a signing limit approval Matrix in MS-Flow that is used for approving vendor invoices from D365FO. In addition, you can see how invoice meta data from MSDyn365FO can be sycnronized with SharePoint in order to allow users finding posted invoices quickly and easily.
This post continues my previous one and shows you how you can combine D365FO and MS-Flow workflows to send out and process MS Flow approval emails that allow the users responding to an approval request directly in the Email and view the invoice document as an email attachment.
This post explains the calculation method functionality that is available for fix price projects and shows how you can make use of the to incorporate the accounting requirements stipulated in IFRS15 / ASC606.
In this webcast, I show you how you can use MS-Flow for allocating depreciation costs from the fixed asset module to the projects that you operate in the project management and accounting module. Everything works out of the box without a system modification – something that was not possible in the past.