This is the fifth post on my blog related to subcontracting in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. It describes how you can setup and use Dynamics NAV when you are performing subcontracting on behalf of a customer (e.g. if you are a subcontractor for a customer and perform operations on parts belonging to the customer...
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Filed under: Manufacturing, Sales, Production Orders, Sales Orders, Routing, Purchase, Subcontracting, Production BOM, Purchase Orders
People raised on cloud computing and throw-away electronics never experienced the old-school field service technician. These techs drove to customer sites in company vans laden with spare parts, toolkits, and binders full of schematics. They were the salt of the technology earth, and an entire category...
Posted to MSDynamicsWorld.com - AX
Filed under: Dynamics AX, Manufacturing, Professional Services, Customer Service, Workforce Management, Service Management, Medical Devices, Life Sciences, Internet of Things (IoT)
This is the fourth post related to subcontracting in Dynamics NAV. The topic is how to use warehouse receipts together with subcontracting purchase orders (previous parts are here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3). It is a quite common requirement to be able to use the warehouse receipts to process receipts of...
As analysts, journalists, and business leaders continue to bat around the concept of the Internet of Things (IoT), one question that remains unanswered is exactly how will IoT impact the way supply chains are managed? Focused tightly on improving supply chain visibility, for example, companies leveraging...
Posted to MSDynamicsWorld.com - NAV
Filed under: Dynamics NAV, Dynamics SL, Dynamics AX, Dynamics GP, Data Integration, Data Management, Logistics, Manufacturing, BI & Reporting, Product Lifecycle Mgmt (PLM), Internet of Things (IoT)