This new video explains how to oversee your cash management features within Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and create cash flow forecasts from these entries. The video demonstrates how to pull information into a forecast via automatic and manual entries, while also providing a look at the cash flow forecast card within Business Central.
Many clients have been asking recently about Microsoft Dynamics NAV’s capabilities for handling seasonal forecasting. Most clients already know that Dynamics NAV can automate your inventory replenishment by maintaining minimum quantity on hand, but many are not yet aware that you can take it a step further and set sales/production forecasts for inventory over a period.
It’s that time of year when you start thinking about the next year. While budgeting and forecasting is a part of business life, would it not be nice to make it easier? Listen to this webinar to will learn about some best practices that might save you and your team hours this time of year. Make it your best year end ever!
This is one of the more comprehensive cash flow forecasting videos I’ve seen to date geared toward the finance super user for the new cash flow forecasting features. The video is presented by Dirk Reeps, Microsoft Support Engineer. He covers the different data sources used to construct the forecast, what parameters are required, shows a basic demo of the new functionality from 12:42 to 16:15, and some more specific examples from 22:06 to 36:50. From 7:32 to about 9:32, there is a nice discussion of how to include budgeting for cash flow forecasting, and starting at 38:20, there is a discussion of dimensions with cash flow forecast, and account schedules at 39:56.
The latest round of SaaS ERP market forecasts are more grounded in the reality of CIO priorities and committed projects in 2012 than ever before. And this is good news for the many vendors competing in the Financial Management Systems (FMS), Human Capital Management (HCM) and Manufacturing segments of the SaaS ERP market.