Microsoft Dynamics 365
Yes, but to fit a 100+ character description, you have to manually cut up the descriptions to fit them in 100 character boxes, then upload them through a template. When you have thousands of items with completely different formats, dividing descriptions take significant time and is a very manual process leaving room for error.
This feature will help companies register defective products and provide compensations for the customers.
The methods from finance and operations are very operational, compared to current BC features that don't allow this without difficult workarounds.
Please help, this will be most helpful.
A good integration between Opportunities in D365 Sales and Opportunities in Business Central is also what I am missing. I agree that the opportunity entity in Business Central is missing a lot of fields from Dynamics 365 Sales, and to me it feels like the D365 Sales Opportunity and Business Central Opportunity are completely separate entities, even though some sort of integration is possible. This leaves a gap between our sales team, who are responsible for closing/winning sales opportunities, and our team that handles the sales orders that result from these opportunities.
This is a really good step forward:
The BOM & Routing No are default not visible on the SKU card page so the user has to add them.
It works if you create a production order manually, but you need to be really careful because they have not modified any of the material planning functionality to support it. This is inexcusable in my view...
They have also not extended the functions on the Item card to the SKU card that allow you to look at the BOM and Rolled Up Cost Share structures
So a good work in progress, but I will have to think very carefully before implementing this as it may open a whole can of worms when it comes to costing and planning. This is a real shame as we have developed this plus most of the missing bits for one customer and have a requirement for it at another...
This is a must - the ability to configure by vendor by item is essential to stock and purchase order management
When using multiple suppliers for the same product it is important to be able to have separate settings by product by supplier i.e. one supplier delivers in 200 litre drums - the other 210 litre drums and impacts purchase agreements and purchase qty details - this function is a must
Allows you to set flags on Item Tracking Card:
'Create Lot No. Info. on posting': Specifies that if the Lot No. Information card is missing for the document line, the card will be created during posting.
'Create SN Info. on posting': Specifies that if the Serial No. Information card is missing for the document line, the card will be created during posting.
Odd that "posting" is not capitalised in the field name, but not a big issue.
Does what is says on the tin.
This has a lot of uses if Lot/Serial Info is useful to you - However if you want to record any useful data you would normally do that before Posting, so will create it manually anyway.
It would have been more useful if they had provided direct access to the Lot/Serial Information Cards from the Inventory Put-away & Pick Lines.
This is a bizarre request.
Fixed Assets in nature should have a value greater than $0. (Not be negative in value).
You either acquire an asset for a positive value or obtain it for free.
If an asset is being created, then the appropriate mechanism would be to use Project Accounting to capture the costs of the Asset, then capitalize the asset when the asset is complete.
As for Fixed Asset Adjustments, there are mechanisms to increase/decrease an assets value, however the principal still remains, a Fixed Assets should never be less than $0.00.
What is the point of having a comment if it doesn't end up being posted? The only thing I can think of is as a helper to explain some recurring journal lines, but the chief benefit here would be documentation of corrections, which, of course, can only be done if we're talking about posted lines.