This one-day instructor-led course provides students with an introduction to the new features and functionality in the Supply Chain Management and Manufacturing feature areas of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.

The purpose of this course is to introduce new features so that participants can learn about the main differences in the software since the last version.

This course does not cover functionality that has not changed since the earlier versions of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.



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Supply Chain Foundation in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Length: 2 days
Price: $ 1,199










Curriculum

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Overview

Course Description

This one-day instructor-led course provides students with an introduction to the new features and functionality in the Supply Chain Management and Manufacturing feature areas of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.

The purpose of this course is to introduce new features so that participants can learn about the main differences in the software since the last version.

This course does not cover functionality that has not changed since the earlier versions of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for experienced systems consultants that are typically working for a Microsoft Dynamics partner that is selling, consulting, implementing, and supporting Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.

Course Outline

Module 1: Overview
This module provides a general overview of Supply Chain in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.

Module 2: Product Information Management
This module concentrates on how to create and set up a new product. Creating new products is completed through the Product information management module.

Module 3: Inventory Management Setup
This module concentrates on finalization of product setup. All item-based data that is created in Inventory Management is used by the company accounts for purchases, sales, warehouse management, inventory journals, production, and projects.

Module 4: Purchase Orders
Create purchase orders by using the Header and Line views, purchase order types, and purchase parameters. It also discusses many posting techniques and processes that you can apply when you work with purchase orders in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Additionally, inventory posting profiles are discussed. Inventory posting profiles control which ledger accounts are used and when they are used, when you are purchasing and selling inventory.

Module 5: Serial and Batch Numbers
This module explains how serial numbers and batch numbers are used and how to set up, allocate, and change serial numbers and batch numbers. Also, it focuses on how to use the serial and batch number tracing functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.

Module 6: Sales Orders
This module focuses on how to create sales orders by using the Header and Line views, sales order types, and sales parameters. It also discusses many posting techniques and processes that you apply when you work with sales orders in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Additionally, inventory posting profiles are discussed.

Module 7: Quality Management
This module is designed to introduce the Quality management functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.

Module 8: Inventory Journals
In this module, students gain an understanding of Inventory journals in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 by reviewing the initial setup and each journal. Inventory journals are used for posting physical and financial inventory transactions including posting issues and receipts, inventory movements, creating Bills of Material, and reconciliation of physical inventory.

What You’ll Learn

  • Describe the new interface elements in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.
  • Describe changes to the organization model.
  • Use and update the help system.
  • Describe the Microsoft Office Add-Ins in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.
  • View work items that are based on specific business documents in one location.
  • Review improvements made to the document handling feature in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.
  • Set up alert rules to work across all organizational structures.
  • Discuss the decoupling of order management processes from inventory.
  • Describe the required conversion directions and conditions for non-stocked items.
  • Describe the concept of products.
  • Describe the variant configuration technology types.
  • Describe the concept of product masters and their variants.
  • Create and release products to an enterprise.
  • Discuss how to finalize a released product.
  • Describe sales and purchase agreement work.
  • Discuss how to create sales and purchase agreements.
  • Define sales and purchase agreements.
  • Discuss how to use agreements when you create orders.
  • Discuss how to follow up on agreements.
  • Describe improvements in trade agreements.
  • Describe the changes in intercompany setup.
  • View intercompany goods in transit reports
  • Describe intercompany planning changes.
  • Describe change management for purchase orders.
  • Discuss how to set up a delivery schedule on a purchase order.
  • Discuss the purpose and usage of purchasing policies.
  • Discuss category management, catalogs, and employee purchasing.
  • Describe the purchase requisition process from preparation through review, to purchase order generation.
  • Describe purchase requisition consolidation.
  • Discuss vendor management and the vendor self-service portal.
  • Discuss business rules for fixed assets.
  • Describe how resource requirements are defined on routes.
  • Discuss how to perform resource scheduling and describe the basic resource allocation principles.
  • Describe the concept of using a period template to define schedules.
  • Describe a new way to model Lean Manufacturing based on production flows.
  • View the kanban boards and its controls.
  • Describe mixed mode manufacturing.
  • Discuss event driven kanbans and the single piece flow.
  • Explain subcontracting.
  • View the workflow for worker registrations.
  • Describe the supervisor options available in manufacturing execution for moving jobs, prioritizing jobs, and correcting jobs.
  • Discuss how Touch Enabled Registration works.
  • Discuss how to set up and work with Document groups.
  • Provide an overview of list pages in time and attendance and manufacturing execution.
  • Discuss how to build a product configuration model.
  • Describe how to prepare and release a model to sales.
  • Discuss how to use a product configuration tool for sales orders.
  • Review the features and benefits of the process industries solution.