I’ve received this question from many sources, so I’ve decided to share here what is clear at today (official Microsoft news). Hoping it could be useful to start thinking if it could fit your business.
Switch languages on the client in real time, provided that the desired language is available.
Define a set of reason codes that can be assigned to individual transactions throughout the system, providing user-defined audit trails.
Set up an unlimited number of lines to describe inventory items, resources, and general ledger accounts.
Automatically retrieve the necessary data to report Intrastat information to statistics authorities. Local customs authorities can inform you whether your company is obligated to file such a report.
Synchronize your to-do items and your contacts with your meetings, tasks, and contacts in Outlook.
Basic General Ledger
Set up a company and start posting to the general ledger, chart of accounts, general journals, VAT facilities, recurring journals, and source codes.
Work with budgets in general ledger accounts.
Set up deferral templates that automate the process of deferring revenues and expenses over a pre-defined schedule.
Basic fixed assets
Keep track of fixed assets and related transactions such as acquisitions, depreciations, write-downs, appreciations, and disposals.
The system automatically assigns audit trails and posting descriptions to every transaction. In addition, users can define reason codes to create complementary audit trails.
Bank account management
Create, operate, and manage multiple bank accounts for catering to your diverse business needs and across different currencies
Reconcile your bank statement data automatically to open bank account ledger entries end keep track of all your bank statements.
Add unlimited dimensions to any ledger for advanced transaction analyses.
Manage multiple currencies throughout the system, including payables and receivables, general ledger reports, resource and inventory items, and bank accounts.
Maintain an overview of your contacts and record your contact information for all business relationships.
Organize campaigns based on segments of your contacts that you define.
Keep track of sales opportunities, section your sales processes into different stages, and use this information to manage your sales opportunities.
Dynamics 365 for Sales integration
Integrate with Dynamics 365 for Sales in a few easy steps to synchronize your data, including sales orders, item availability, units of measure, and currencies.
Sales order management
Manage sales orders, blanket sales orders, and sales order processes.
Post sales transactions in journals and manage receivables; register customers and manage receivables using general journals.
Purchase order management
Manage purchases, blanket orders, and purchase order processes.
Manage inventory in multiple locations that may represent a production plant, distribution center, warehouse, showroom, retail outlet, or service car.
Track inventory as it’s moved from one location to another and account for the value of inventory in transit at various locations.
Manage items on a bin level. Pick and put-away items in a bin and move items between bins using a report that optimizes space usage and picking processes.
Group and track employee information and organize employee data according to different types of information, such as experience, skills, education, training, and union membership.
Post expenses against employee cards to track and reimburse their expenses.
Register and sell resources, combine related resources into one resource group, or track individual resources.
Monitor resource usage and get a complete overview of your capacity for each resource with information about availability and planned costs on orders and quotes.
Keep track of usage on jobs and data for invoicing the customer. Manage both fixed-price jobs and time-and-materials jobs.
Time sheets are a simple and flexible solution for time registration with manager approval and integrate with Service, Jobs, and Basic Resources.
Register your after-sales issues including service requests, services due, service orders, and repair requests.
Service price management
Set up, maintain, and monitor your service prices.
Service item management
Record and keep track of all your service items, including contract information, component management, and BOM reference and warranty information.
Service contract management
Record details on service levels, response times, and discount levels, as well as on the service history of each contract, including used service items and parts and labor hours.
Assign personnel to work orders and log details such as work order handling and work order status.
Manage service personnel and field technician information, and filter according to availability, skills, and stock items.
Create and manage production orders and post consumption and output to the production orders.
Create and manage different version of the manufacturing bill of materials and routings.
Plan rush hours, make exceptions, and handle last-minute changes to your processes with multiple planning options.
Basic supply planning
Plan for material requirements based on demand, with support for master production scheduling and materials requirements planning.
Plan and create production and purchase orders, taking into consideration the demand forecast together with the level of available inventory and parameters of requirement planning.
Add capacities to the manufacturing process. Set up routings and use these routings on production orders and in material requirements planning.
Manage capacity on several levels; on a more detailed level for machine centers and on a consolidated level for work centers.
Take capacity constraints into account so that no more work is assigned to a work center than the capacities can be expected to execute during a given time period.
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