In my 14+ yrs of consulting I have seen many Dynamics 365/AX projects take longer than they should, cost more than was planned and deliver less than was expected. > hindsight is a wonderful & sometimes painful thing! In recent years I have become more convinced than ever Continue Reading
I am pleased to have achieved the Microsoft Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Solution Architect Expert status.
coming soon…… but here is a snippet……… it doesn’t look like you can run RSAT with a T2 (multiple AOS servers) environment. Somewhat surprising.
The Microsoft Regression Suite Automation Tool is something that I have been working with since its earliest release and something that I really like. Its not perfect, its not the solution to the worlds problems around testing D365 systems but it has its place in your toolbox and Continue Reading
I recently watched Scott Durow talk at the D365UG | Bristol meeting where he shared how his thinking about implementing D365 has changed. This is something I have been acutely aware of over the last 2 years working with D365 Finance & Operations, life has changed….and for the Continue Reading
Microsoft have started to become more proactive in helping organisations to keep D365FO optimised, and as you guess the ‘Optimisation Advisor’ is a key step along the way. The optimisation advisor looks at your environment and compares the configurations and data setup to a set of pre-defined rules Continue Reading
I am often asked about when to use a Transfer Journal and when instead to use a Transfer Order in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. Transfer Orders & Transfer Journals are both used to record or enable stock moving between Locations, Batches or product variants. ‘. The Continue Reading
So today I begin the task of taking my written notes about D365 and D365FO converting them into blog posts – that’s a lot of copy/paste and image uploading! Please bear with me as I do this, it will take some time…….