Dynamics Business Central / NAV

Presented by: Olister Rumao and Shaiilender Parmar

​​In this session, we will be showcasing what is Account Schedules, how to use Account Schedules and how to create different variations of Account Schedule to generate Financial Reports. Also we will show create Analysis Views.

Reconciling the Dynamics NAV/BC inventory against the G/L can prove to be quite complicated. The number of elements influencing the inventory span across most of the application. Let’s take the a moment to review ‘How’ to reconcile inventory to G/L and ‘How’ to perform a physical inventory. This will reinforce what we might already know and prepare us for year-end and 2021.

You don’t have to always create custom reports to get the data you need. However, with hundreds of reports available in BC/NAV, it can be overwhelming to figure out the ones that will bring you the most value. In this session, we will walk through several key reports in the Accounting, Supply Chain and Sales departments. We will de-mystify the report filter pages so you can be confident that reports you choose to use will give you the data you need. Finally, we will show you how to use the list views with saved filters as an ad-hoc reporting tool.

Azure Functions are a fundamental building block for creating serverless business processes in the cloud.In this session we’ll see how to create and use Azure Functions with Dynamics 365 Business Central for extending the ERP capabilities in the cloud.This session shows how you can create Azure Functions for extending the Microsoft’s ERP, how you can use Azure Functions from AL extensions, how you can monitor them and how you can deploy the functions in the cloud with DevOps.

Microsoft has just released PowerApps Portals in Public Preview! In this session, you will walk away with a better understanding of how you can deliver better customer experiences with the new PowerApps Portals. I will also share a number of tips and tricks that I have learned during my experience in the private preview of the PowerApps portals and working with the previous CRM Portals solution.​

A common need for purchasing managers is to be able to plan purchase orders by container or truckload. There’s no sense in shipping a container that’s half full! The options you have in BC/NAV are limited. We’ll discuss the few options you have to make this work and we’ll talk about the best way to customize NAV/BC to handle this sort of requirement.

AL is the programming language that is used for manipulating data (such as retrieving, inserting, and modifying records) in a Dynamics 365 Business Central database, and controlling the execution of the various application objects, such as pages, reports, or code units. This session will accelerate your skills in understanding how to Personalize vs. Design vs. Develop in the environment and see the difference between Per-Tenant Extensions and AppSource Extensions.

— Behavioural test is an acceptance test written in plain language that users can write and understand
— Explain the context, event and outcome in given-when-then format
— Can be written before, during or after development
— Writing behavioural tests before development is BDD (behaviour-driven development). Helps developers know when they’re done.
— Set of behaviour tests is a form of contract between users and app builders
— Can be slow to execute until automated and don’t reveal root cause

If you’re new to working with BC/NAV’s Accounts Payable, join me for a webinar that will track you through entering an invoice, a credit memo and processing a payment. Along the way, we’ll talk about payment methods, payment terms, posting groups, document application, copy document, checks, ach and more. Bring your questions, comments, concerns and we’ll do our best to handle those as well.