Production and advanced warehousing in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations (D365FO) using backflushing and manufacturing execution: State of the union

Two functional areas of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations (D365FO), Production and Advanced Warehousing, were not the greatest friends in the beginning, as some of the readers will know from experience. But things have improved quite a bit. It is time to summarize the highlights of the functionality in D365FO, all based on recent experience with real customers that are live or are going live.

Readers will need a basic understanding of the Production and Advanced Warehousing functionalities to get the most out of this article.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations Advance Warehouse


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About Evert Bos

I am Evert J Bos, ERP consultant since 1986. I started in Europe with IMS7 (A Honeywell Bull Mainframe ERP system) and the BaaN ERP system. Since 1995 I have worked in the USA and since 2004 I have been working with Dynamics AX.  I work for Sikich and focus mostly on manufacturing companies that make complex, engineered products.

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Nice !!!

Good write up as always Evert. Your outstanding investigations and proceduralizations are always much appreciated !!!

Great insight

One note: "production line release" option is available from version 7.3 update 12