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Supply Chain Management Part 1 | D365FO

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Who should take this course?

Candidates for this course use, implement, deploy, maintain, or support Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Supply Chain Management in their own or in their customers’ organizations.

Participants should have a moderate understanding of product management, purchase, sales, and inventory – concepts and processes, but they are most likely not experts. They need an understanding of which Supply Chain Management functionalities apply to different business processes.

This audience typically includes Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations partner staff, such as solution architects, functional consultants, and project managers. This course is also appropriate for sales staff who have a business software solution background and who want to demonstrate a foundational understanding of the Supply Chain Management application.

Daily users could also benefit from this course, by carefully selecting and focusing on the specific topics applicable to their everyday chores.

Topics covered in this course

Product Information Management

Inventory Management Setup

Purchase Orders

Tracking Dimensions

Sales Orders

Quality Management

Inventory Journals

Topics NOT covered in this course

Bills of Materials

This is covered in our Course Bill of Materials – released soon.

The main concepts of Bill of Materials are also included in some of our Production/Manufacturing courses.

Production/Manufacturing

This is covered across several Courses – coming

  • Process Manufacturing
  • Discrete Manufacturing
  • LEAN Manufacturing

Warehouse Management

This is covered in our course Warehouse Management – coming soon

Master Planning

This is covered in our course Master Planning – coming soon.

The main concepts are also included in some of our Production/Manufacturing courses.

Other topics

Below topics are all covered in our course Supply Chain Management Part 2 – released very soon

  • Over- and under-delivery
  • Charges
  • Customer and Vendor Agreements
  • Item Arrival and Registration
  • Quarantine Management
  • Vendor Returns
  • Customer Returns
  • Sales Quotations
  • Item Reservation
  • Commissions
  • Transfer Orders
  • Reports

 

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