Microsoft Dynamics 365 Training Insights, Session 5: Supply Chain

January 6 2021

Welcome back to Microsoft Dynamics 365 (D365) training insights series. In our fifth session, we will be providing training insights on supply chain management for D365 Finance & Operations. We will cover the audience, content, timing, and nature of this training, how to approach it, and finish with a quick tip. You can see the full article series here.

Similar to the product management area, supply chain has two different audiences. The first one is the core team that will be making decisions on how the supply chain is modelled and managed within the system. The second one is a much larger audience who move goods through the supply chain in their daily operations such as procurement, sales, logistics, etc. Both audiences need to understand how the supply chain is modeled and used in D365.

This training covers site and warehouse setup, tracking and storage dimensions, transfer order management, quarantine management and the other functions related to establishing and managing the supply chain network.

About Elif Item

Elif Item has worked 15+ years in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance, Supply Chain and Commerce as a learner, consultant, trainer, project manager, and consulting director before setting out to build Item by Item (IBI) Learning Platform. She is not only an expert in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance, Supply Chain and Commerce but also an accomplished instructor in classroom and online as well. She is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, a Certified Technical Trainer and also a Microsoft Certified Professional. She is known in the industry for her ability to understand training needs of learners and organizations and provide appropriate expertise and training to get them ready to implement and use Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance, Supply Chain and Commerce effectively. Elif has founded Item by Item (IBI) Learning Platform to provide the much needed and state of the art online training tool to teach real "skills" to learners, measure and monitor their progress effectively, and get organizations ready for using Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance, Supply Chain and Commerce from day one.

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