Up until the release of Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, there were two options available in the Item Card’s Type field: Inventory and Service. Setting an Item Card as Type: Service disables all inventory functionality, thus converting the Item Card to function exclusively as a revenue/expense record. Please reference this previous ArcherPoint blog on item-type non-stock items for more information:
MSD365 Business Central has many time-saving features, including the Copy Items feature. This video shows you how to quickly copy an inventory item and include or exclude as many attributes as you need – including dimensions, image, description, and much more. You can then quickly edit with changes you require, without having to setup a new item from scratch.
Users of Dynamics NAV often requested the ability to set a purchasing code default on the item card record. We have good news: Microsoft Business Central has this useful functionality! View this brief video to see this easy-to-use feature that will save your order entry personnel time every day.
I was just working on an assignment where I got the need of the customer like they want the Item Picture via web service. Another validation they put in was they don’t want the item picture to be saved on any particular directory instead they want on fly.
I’ve never talked about this feature of Business Central (and NAV 2017) that I find interesting and that can be useful. It can be used to store and manage some information related to articles in a simple way; it is not a product configurator but can be useful and can be enhanced with some small customizations.
A leading enterprise resource planning (ERP) software suite, Microsoft Dynamics NAV provides users with a range of specialized functionalities to enable better organization and control of assets. Central to this are the facilities that allow users to customize organization to best suit their business needs.