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Monday, October 19, 2020

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Video Library

Posted by Steve Chapman

Microsoft’s latest ERP system, Dynamics 365 Business Central (D365 BC), is designed for mid-market organizations and is a complete cloud-based solution that offers a wide breadth of business functionalities, including core financials, distribution, manufacturing, project management, CRM, and reporting and analytics.

We’ve created a video library to provide you a glimpse into D365 BC’s features, functionalities and user experience.

Core Financials

Manual Bank Account Reconciliations

Recurring General Journals

GL Budget Import/Export

Payables EFT

OCR to Payables Invoices

Intercompany Chart of Accounts Setup

Ad Hoc Expense Deferrals

Prepaid Expense Deferrals

Purchase Order to Fixed Assets

Simple Order to Cash

Cash Receipts

Purchase Orders, Receipts and Invoices

Distribution

Requisition Worksheets and Demand Forecasts

Purchasing Workflow in D365 BC

Create Purchase Orders From Sales Orders

D365 BC and D365 Customer Engagement for Sales Integration

Requisition Worksheets

Simple Intercompany Processing

Sales Deferrals

Customer Drop Shipments

Assemble-to-Order Sales Orders

Email to Sales Orders

Intercompany Sales

Assembly and Manufacturing

Transfer Orders From MRP

Multi-Site MPS and MRP

Simple Manufacturing With Demand Forecasts

Simple Assembly Orders

Overview and General Functionality

Overview of D365 BC

3 Personalizations to Enhance Finance and Distribution

Editing Business Data in Excel

Discover more helpful insights for the Microsoft Dynamics platform including more on Dynamics 365 Business Central throughout Armanino’s Dynamics blog, or connect with Armanino’s D365 BC team to learn more.

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