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Dual Write for D365 Finance & Operations – D365 Customer Engagement

Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement and Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations may share the same Dynamics 365 brand, but the underlying data structure is completely different. Microsoft is working on allowing exports of direct tables and entities to Dataverse (Common Data Service / CDS), it’s a huge undertaking, so we expect…

Advanced Master Planning Training offered by Dynamic Consulting

Remote master planning training – Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management Master Planning in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management can help you optimize production, material planning and scheduling. Finite material and capacity scheduling can be performed at the same time so that available capacity, inventory levels and purchase and transportation…

Coronavirus Tax Relief

We received this message from Microsoft and we wanted to share it with the community and our Partners: “As everyone across the world continues to navigate the uncertainty of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to assure you that Microsoft is committed to supporting our customers and their businesses during this…

I have on-hand inventory – let me use it!

An important thing for anyone in the manufacturing or distribution space is understanding how much inventory is currently available for a given item.  Not only that, but understanding how much of that inventory is already spoken for and how much demand is upcoming.  Sometimes, inventory is “available”, but Dynamics doesn’t…

Statutory reporting for International companies (Additional Chart of Accounts)

On my international implementations, I have come across subsidiaries struggling with statutory reporting. Specifically, countries that require a separate chart of account (main accounts) than what has been configured in AX across all companies. A specific scenario that I have dealt with was for a subsidiary in Spain needing to…

Why do I get cancel action messages on planned orders?

Cancel messages? Why bother!? I always hear the following question: “Why do I get cancel action messages on planned orders. If I’m supposed to cancel the planned order, why generate it in the first place!” To understand the mechanism behind this, two little tidbits about master planning logic are important:…