SG.80741AE.D365.1.PDF: Manage Products and Services for Sales in Microsoft Dynamics AX Study Guide (Digital)
The intention of this course, “Manage Products and Services for Sales in Microsoft Dynamics AX” is to teach the skills needed to perform functions related to managing products and services for sales within Microsoft Dynamics AX, including features of the application, plus some “best practices” and some common usage procedures.
This course is intended for an audience comprised of users who have little or no experience with Microsoft Dynamics AX or who have some general experience with other ERP software applications. It is designed to be taught in a classroom or potentially a self-guided classroom, or remotely.
In this course, we'll focus on managing products and services in Microsoft Dynamics AX. This training is not intended to be an all-inclusive course covering the total spectrum of all modules, functionality, or technical topics.
Topics covered in this guide include:
Module 1: Products and Services
· Lesson 1: Creating Products and Services
Module 2: Item and Dimension Groups
· Lesson 1: Creating Item and Dimension Groups
· Lesson 2: Creating Item Model Groups
· Lesson 3: Creating Product Dimensions
· Lesson 4: Creating Inventory Dimension Groups
Module 3: Managing Inventory
· Lesson 1: Use Inventory Tracking Through Serial and Batch Numbers
· Lesson 2: Units of Measure
Disclaimer: I didn’t write all of the content, I just made it usable, so if you want to do all of the legwork yourself, then all of this information is publicly available. I just made it better by formatting all of the information in one concise document and also added screen shots show that you don't have to watch any of the videos.
Series: Dynamics AX Companions Bare Bones Configuration Guides
Digital: 254 pages
Publisher: Blind Squirrel Publishing; 1st Edition (August 9, 2016)
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