Posts Tagged ‘AX 2012 R2’

Dynamics AX/Dynamics 365 for Operations Negative Warehouse Inventory

The topic of Negative Inventory has been one of those “chicken or the egg” conversations for a long time. At first blush the answer may seem easy! But as the “what if” scenarios are brought up, the answer becomes a tangled web. Staunch process-base material managers typically say there is no need to ever allow…

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Dynamics 365 & Azure Iot Suite – Color Sensor Demo

Dynamics 365 Azure IoT Suite Video

Building on the same concepts from our last IoT video, in which we used a temperature sensor to monitor our shop floor machinery in real-time through Dynamics 365 and Azure IoT Suite, today we will explore additional possibilities in terms of quality control checks, automated processes and more. As with the temperature sensor demonstration, it…

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Dynamics 365 & Azure Iot Suite – Temperature Sensor Demo

Azure IoT Suite Temperature Sensor Demonstration Video

Technologically speaking, we live in a very exciting time. With the rapid advances and increased connectivity, many refer to it as the 4th Industrial Revolution. You have likely heard at least a few of the buzz words associated with this “Industry 4.0.” Big data, Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Business Intelligence…

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How to Update Dynamics AX US Payroll Taxes

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Microsoft now provides the necessary US Payroll tax data as a download, enabling Dynamics AX users to keep current via the CustomerSource site. A standard Dynamics AX periodic job can then be used to update the Payroll tax data. This is huge! No longer is a Tax Update required to be performed during system downtime…

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General Journal Import in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

General Journal Import in Microsoft Dynamics AX

Today we will discuss the persistent challenge common with many Dynamics AX implementations. On numerous occasions, a requirement exists to import financial transactions from external sources (for example, 3rd party payroll service). Dynamics AX 2012 provides standard functionality to setup the data load option using Data Import/Export Framework (see the MSDN blog posting with instructions…

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An Introduction to Demand Forecasting in Microsoft Dynamics AX (Part 3)

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In this last part of the Demand Forecasting blog series (Part 1 and Part 2), we are going to see how the forecasting activities play into the overall Master Planning process in Dynamics AX. We won’t go into the nitty gritty details of Master Planning here, because Master Planning itself would be a big topic for another…

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An Introduction to Demand Forecasting in Microsoft Dynamics AX (Part 2)

In this second part of the demand forecasting blog series (click here to see part 1), we are going to generate the statistical baseline forecast out of AX and see how the rest of the forecasting process actually works. Once we are done with configuration of the parameters, a statistical baseline forecast can be generated out of…

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An Introduction to Demand Forecasting in Microsoft Dynamics AX (Part 1)

Demand forecasting can be immensely valuable to a business organization. It supports the overall Sales and operations planning process for a business and can directly impact and help the downstream business operations. At the very fundamental level, demand forecasting can tell a business what they need, when they need it and what they anticipate/predict delivering…

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Microsoft Dynamics AX Project Funding Limits and Rules (Part 2)

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This blog is the second half of a series reviewing funding within a Project Contract (See part 1 here). In this section we will be reviewing funding limits and funding rules. A funding limit holds the amount of money each funding source has allocated to it. Funding rules tell the project transaction which funding source…

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