Configuring Accounts Receivable For Dynamics AX 2012 Now Available
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After a couple of months of work and also being sidetracked by publishing out a couple of other books I have finally completed book #5 in the Bare Bones Configuration Guide series that lays the foundation for Configuring Accounts Receivable Within Dynamics AX 2012.
Here is a summary of the book
The Accounts Receivable area is one of the three foundation financial modules within Dynamics AX that you will want to set up. It not only allows you to manage all of your customer information, post your invoices, and receive in your cash payments, but also allows you to manage your collections, track deductions, and much more.
It’s not hard to configure either and this book is designed to give you step by step instructions to show you how to configure the receivables area, and also how some of the basic transactions work to get you up and running and working with your customers.
Chapters that are included in this book include:
- Configuring Accounts Receivable Controls
- Configuring Customer Accounts
- Configuring Invoicing
- Configuring Collection Management
- Configuring Cash Receipts
- Configuring Deduction Management
Getting A Copy Through Amazon
If you want to check out the book on Amazon, then here you can find the paperback version by following this link::
The Kindle version is being compiled right now as well and should be available within a week or so.
Downloading A Copy Through The Dynamics AX Companions Project
If Amazon is not fast enough, or if you are in a region that is not sourced very well by Amazon, and you need a copy now then you can download the eBook directly from the Dynamics AX Companions website as well. To do this just use the link below to go directly to the eBooks home page, and then buy the Configuring Accounts Receivable Within Dynamics AX subscription for your account.
Remember that if you have the eBook subscription then you can download all of the books that are being available, and also all new ones that I will be publishing in the future.
For a limited time I will be allowing you to download the first chapter of the book on the Dynamics AX Companions website, to anyone who is a registered user. If you are not a registered user then just follow this link, register, and then click on the chapters image to view the first 100+ pages of the book.
Grab a copy, and if you would rather download the individual chapters as spot guides, then add a Premium subscription to your account and you can download all chapters, and also the PDF versions of the Tips and Tricks within the websites archive.
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