Integrating Dynamics 365 BC manufacturing with advanced warehousing

At my last Manufacturing course at eSeven in Stavanger, I promised to demonstrate the integration between the manufacturing module and advanced warehousing. I didn’t get around to demonstrate it because we ran out of time.

So, I thought, what better way to spend a Sunday afternoon still nursing the remainder of a flu and getting ready to catch the 18:10 to Stockholm.

Firstly, let’s start with the easy one:
•Production is in the same location as the warehouse
•There are only one set of bins for flushing
•All flushing is set to Manual

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Managing Quality Control within NAV Manufacturing Module

Quality Control (QC) can be an important part of the manufacturing process. Manufactured items are generally not available for use until the QC process has been completed.

Dynamics NAV provides many different features for QC. The following is one of the possible configurations within NAV to do this:

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How to send products for manufacturing at subcontractors in Dynamics NAV

The subcontractor functionality in Dynamics NAV is fairly simple:

– Create a new work center
– Assign a vendor to the work center
– Decide if the pricing should be calculated from time or produced units
– Set the capacity to handle a specific cost price
– Calculate calendar

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016: NAV for Manufacturing Demonstration Video

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 is an ideal ERP solution for manufacturers. It is easy to use, is highly configurable, and contains nearly all the functionality manufacturers need to get up and running quickly.

This short 15-minute video walks through a typical scenario from basic setup to cost calculations to production, including inventory planning and purchase order generation.

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Upgrading manufacturing to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015

There has been quite a few requests for a successor to my previous book: “Manufacturing with Microsoft Dynamics NAV”. I have been deep into the code and decided that there are not enough improvements to justify rewriting to whole book, make new screenshots, proofreading and so on

Bron : Peik Bech-Andersen
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