Microsoft Dynamics 365
This capability is essential for our Sales and Ops teams to properly record, plan and consume demand that can be calculated against MRP. The absence of this capability requires us to continue to use outside tools and work processes creating gaps in our internal workflows while increasing the potential for mistakes.
We are new to Business Central and I find not having this information is causing significant challenges for a number of reasons. First, I agree that non-developers need this information for creating reports utilizing something like Jet and Power BI. However, as the admin within our company, I have users that are still struggling with permission issues. The effective permissions error message is not descriptive enough to tell me the exact table name and number (super important) for me to then turn around and provide that user with the permissions they need.
This would really be very helpful. Would prevent extra steps of pulling the list pages out to Excel to simply count and summarize the data.
Hi Søren Alexandersen
I didn't see your comment when you sent it and I wouldn't know where I would expect to see it? Is there going to be more movement on this suggestion? This is a topic that comes up often.
I will be happy to test. Can you e-mail me?
+1 on this. This is something that should be a standard feature
Our customers have the same request. It would be very helpful to have the Attachment function.
Hope this function can be developed asap. really great help to customer
This design do affect accurate planning. Please provide fixing.
Agreed, as currently in a job when you create a credit memo it wont reflect on the job. It requires us to now have to create a new line item in the planning lines (-ve) to be able to raise a credit note.
If a Cr note is tried to be raised from an invoice it does not reflect back. Creates more manual work for the teams and more noise within the planning lines.
We have customers who have sales agreements for the year worth of products their customers have promised to take along with the delivery date. Customers get certain benefits for putting together an agreement (as they are committing the quantities for the year). It helps in the planning process. Master planning is not much of use at this moment as agreements do not show up as demand and customer uses outside tools for planning