Microsoft to add new finance, revenue recognition, warehouse tools to Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations in late 2018

Microsoft will be adding new capabilities to Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations (D365FO) in several areas with its Fall 2018 release wave thanks to new IP deals with partners. The enhancements range from finance and public sector to revenue recognition rules compliance to advanced warehouse and transportation capabilities.

The new agreements were announced at Summit EMEA 2018 in Dublin today by D365FO general manager Muhammad Alam.

A deal with Tyler Technologies will add enhancements to reporting, budgeting, encumberance, vendor collaboration, vendor 1099s (in the US), and the distribution of income accrued on cash balances.


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