Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise Edition 7.3 Available Now

Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations 7.3

In the spirit of the holidays, Microsoft released the newest version of Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations (7.3) along with a bevy of new features this December. Having been available in private preview since December 1st, it is now formally available publicly.

Here’s a quick rundown of what’s new (see details for each here):

  • Demand forecast entries data entity enabled for Data management framework
  • Demo data in data packages
  • Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation to Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations integration – Phase 1 (private preview)
  • Enhanced integration of Prospect to cash between Dynamics 365 for Sales and Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
  • Expense management mobile workspace enhancements
  • Financial reporting using Power BI
  • Fixed asset roll forward report
  • Global coverage – Configurable Electronic Reporting
  • Inventory transactions logging (InventSumLogTTS) optimization
  • Master and reference data entities for warehouse and transportation management
  • Notifications in Point of Sale
  • Optimization advisor
  • Partial release of materials and release materials per production operation
  • Product lifecycle state
  • Product configuration enhancements
  • Safety stock replenishment enhancements
  • Tax Engine (GTE) – India GST only
  • Vendor collaboration
  • Warehouse – Fulfillment policy added to full or partial batch release of transfer orders
  • Warehouse – Tare weight used in containerization is included in the load’s gross weight

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Have questions about any of the new features for 7.3 listed above or anything else Dynamics 365 related? We are hosting another Dynamics 365 Town Hall Webinar next month and have already received some great topic suggestions regarding the new release!

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