Operating an efficient warehouse is critical regardless of size. This is the first blog in a series of blogs that will focus on efficiency ideas and how Microsoft Dynamics NAV can be used to help implement more efficient practices. This first blog will discuss some of the efficiency concepts at a high level. Future blogs will discuss each one in more detail, and suggest how you can use Dynamics NAV to implement these improved processes.
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This short video provides a quick overview of posting transactions in Dynamics NAV. It walks through how to determine who posted a transaction, when the transaction was posted, and how to make any changes to the posting if needed.
This week's installment of ArcherPoint's Developer Digest blog wraps up NAVUG Summit and NAV Directions conferences with the latest on Microsoft Dynamics 365.
Whether its dinner at the airport or a Dynamics NAV implementation, communicating deadlines and expectations up front is the key to a successful experience.
Often in Dynamics NAV development, you need to do a lookup into a table, find a record, and return it to our original page. There are ways to do this that come with constraints, and other ways that are significantly more robust. This blog will provide a general tutorial for both a simple lookup and a more complex lookup method.
Entering into an online marketplace offers a plethora of opportunities, and also carries with it, a lot of issues to consider. This blog will explore some of these issues and will illustrate how Microsoft Dynamics NAV can help in choosing and using online marketplaces and ERP. Cross posted from www.dynamicsretailsoftware.com
This brief video provides a quick overview on using filters and formulas in Dynamics NAV. It demonstrates how to set up and use filters to quickly and easily access information using wild cards, inclusions, case-sensitive queries, specific dates, and much more.
This week's Developer Digest blog provides information on upcoming Dynamics NAV training, the Microsoft Azure Hardware Stack, and links to technical resources for NAV.
This blog provides an overview of the EDI 997 transaction set, known as the Functional Acknowledgement (or FA). It describes how to interpret the AK1, AK2, AK5, and AK9 segments that accompany the Acknowledgement, and highlights the importance of reconciliation of any Functional Acknowledgement rejections.
This blog covers the concept of using GUID as the clustered primary key in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. It discusses the possibility of changing this property and setting an alternate index as Clustered. Using this method, it is possible to set GUID as the primary key and Entry No. as a clustered secondary key. What is not recommended is to keep a GUID primary key as Clustered.
This week's Developer Digest blog from ArcherPoint focuses on the search for the Inventory Value of a Bin in Dynamics NAV.
This blog explains what the Functional Acknowledgment Status page is, its importance, and how to get the most out of this Lanham EDI tool.
A comprehensive explanation on how to prepare annual 1099 reports in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016. Includes information on setting up vendor 1099s, reviewing for accuracy, correcting, and printing annual 1099s.
An opinion piece by Jon Long, one of ArcherPoint’s senior NAV developers. Jon questions the benefit of auto-testing in small NAV implementations.
In this blog ArcherPoint developer, Ian Bachus, shares a personal story of hustle and perseverance and how these traits pay off both on the basketball court and when working with Dynamics NAV.
ArcherPoint’s Ric Derdeyn discusses the importance of ensuring that problems are well understood before solutions are attempted. Solve the right problem: this lesson can be applied generally in life, as well as specifically, with ERP implementations.
Importing Multi-Currency open A/P invoices into NAV, the ongoing debate about Dynamics NAV Extensions, and our weekly Leadership Learnings are all in this week's developer digest blog.
This blog provides an overview of multifactor authentication (MFA) on Azure. It describes the benefits of this higher level of security.
In this blog, ArcherPoint’s Jamie Hanno explains how to save views to make your daily work faster and more efficient using Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
This week, ArcherPoint's Developer Digest blog provides the latest Project Madeira update, the differences in Job Queue between Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 and NAV 2015, and a call to all to plan in advance for your family.
This blog covers how to customize your home page one similar to the old ‘Shortcuts’ in earlier versions of NAV. It provides a step-by-step how-to guide.
An in-depth explanation of the importance of database normalization in NAV. This blog will cover the three most common anomalies, insertion, deletion, and update, that can be solved by database normalization in NAV. This piece assumes a basic understanding of database management in NAV.
ArcherPoint’s costing experts describe how to use the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Item Journal to issue items to different expense accounts.
This week we cover two Avalara AvaTax issues in Microsoft Dynamics NAV, disk usage in Windows 10, and more great articles from Harvard Business Review.
General business blog stressing the importance of trusting one’s instincts in business. Message speaks to consultants and business owners alike.