This posts focuses on how to track containers, pallets, boxes and alike that are used for shipping goods to customers in D365FO. Advanced warehouse expert Juergen Weber guides us through the necessary setups and configurations in the warehouse management module. He illustrates how one can make use of Electronic Reporting and MS Flow for the implementation of a process that allows tracking packing means in standard D365FO.
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.
This webcast shows you one can create and import GL journals in MSDyn365FO with the help of Electronic Reporting. A major advantage of those imports are that they run faster than the standard Excel GL journal import functionality. In addition, journal headers and journal lines can be created in a single run without having to create the journal headers before. Finally, users have more flexibility in the way how they create their Excel import templates and there is no limitation in the number of templates and ER import configurations that can be made.
In this post, I show you how you can make use of electronic reporting and MS Flow to create automatic inventory value adjustments in MSDyn365FO based on the inventory turn / inventory days of items. The post also shows you how you can deal with exceptions that need to be investigated in more detail by the inventory management.
This webcast shows how you can calculate, create and post reserves for bad debt in MSDyn365FO.
Recording bad debt reserves was always an area that required costly system modifications in previous Dynamics versions. With MSDyn365FO you do not need to spend money for that but can rather make use of the full Microsoft business solution power to get bad debt reserves incorporated in the standard application without writing a single line of code.