D365 for Operations has a new way to track changes to sales orders without the requirement of having to re-confirm the order after every change or enable database logging. It has long been a sore spot for users in Dynamics AX, that it took enabling extra features to track and audit changes, which sometimes led […]Read More Order events – Auditing Sales without database logging
Training is often one of the biggest hurdles for a new ERP implementation. This is your company’s largest IT investment, and you want to make sure you can have a smooth transition with minimal operational downtime. Some of the big challenges with training are: Local requirements Little to no standardization Users and SMEs spread out […]Read More What’s the best way to train your employees on D365?
If your company is already any Microsoft suite of products like Office or Dynamics, or you’re planning on moving to a new ERP/CRM system, then you likely have questions on the validity of going to the cloud! While Amazon’s service was always the front runner in this space, Microsoft is making gains and threatening to overtake Amazon […]Read More Will MS win the Cloud War?
One of the questions you hear the most often leading up to a Dynamics AX or any other type of ERP or CRM implementation is, what are the critical success factors? Last month, at AXUG Focus in St. Louis, this question kind of came up organically during a roundtable session on how to pick your […]Read More Keys to a successful ERP implementation
Working on new blog content but for now will do some more lazy reshares that are worthwhile. The first walks through the Procure to Receipt process in D365 (screenshots shown in AX7 but process is the same and looks almost identical). The second link to my eBECS blog post is on Production Floor management in D365. […]Read More Lazy reshares