New Dynamics 365 for Supply Chain Management Features Released November 2019

Caroline Mayou

The Microsoft Dynamics AX/D365 Support Team at Avantiico is focused on solving our client’s problems, from daily issues to large and more complex problems.

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Users Can Now Calculate PO Delivery Date Based On Lead Times & Working Days

For many companies, insights into vendor compliance can be very important. After all, you want to make sure that vendors deliver according to the agreed upon timeframes and proposals. This new feature in Dynamics 365 your organization better track vendors and in turn, gain better insights. Now, a user can calculate a delivery date for a line based on a vendor’s lead time and your own company’s working-day calendar. Vendors on their end can enter an estimated time for each line. Once the PO is confirmed, a delivery date for a line is calculated from the confirmation date, based on the entered lead time and the calendar that have been taken into consideration. If a vendor doesn’t specify a lead time, the delivery date becomes the confirmation date for the system. 

Improvements to Country of Origin

For many companies, insights into vendor compliance can be very important. After all, you want to make sure that vendors deliver according to the agreed upon timeframes and proposals. This new feature in Dynamics 365 your organization better track vendors and in turn, gain better insights. Now, a user can calculate a delivery date for a line based on a vendor’s lead time and your own company’s working-day calendar. Vendors on their end can enter an estimated time for each line. Once the PO is confirmed, a delivery date for a line is calculated from the confirmation date, based on the entered lead time and the calendar that have been taken into consideration. If a vendor doesn’t specify a lead time, the delivery date becomes the confirmation date for the system. 

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