- Basic Financials Management (General Ledger and Fixed Assets)
- Basic Supply Chain Management and Basic Sales Management (Sales, Purchasing and Inventory)
- Professional Services (Project management) with a wide set of
- Business Insight and reporting functionality as an integral part of the product.
Additionally the Starter pack comes with a wide set of tools to customize the solution to meet the needs of every customer together with deep integration opportunities to be made through web services. In licensing Microsoft Dynamics NAV, there are 2 options for its core functionality: The Starter Pack and Extended Pack. In this post, we will focus on
Alternative Ship Tos: Set up multiple ship-to addresses to accommodate customers that in addition to a main business address have more than one site to which orders can be shipped. These additional locations can then be selected by the order processor when creating a sales order or invoice.
Basic Receivables: Set up and maintain the customer table. Post sales transactions in journals and manage receivables; register customers and manage receivables using general journals. Together with Multiple Currencies, this granule can post sales transactions and manage receivables in multiple currencies for each customer. Basic Receivables is integrated with Basic General Ledger and Inventory and is required for the configuration of all other Sales and Receivables granules. Sales Invoicing is also frequently used with this granule. Always use this granule when your solution requires a customer table.
Sales Invoicing: Set up, post, and print customer invoices and sales credit memos. This granule is fully integrated with General Ledger and Inventory.
Sales Invoice Discounts: Calculate invoice discounts automatically. Set up any number of invoice discount terms, including a certain minimum amount, discount percentage, and/or a service charge. The discount is calculated on the individual item lines and becomes part of the net sum of the invoice. Calculations can be done in both local and foreign currencies.
Sales Lines Discounting: Manage flexible item price discount structures that differentiate between special agreements with individual customers and customer groups, and are conditioned by such parameters as minimum quantity, unit of measure, currency, item variant and time period. The best, as based on the highest discount, unit price is calculated for the sales line when the order details meet the conditions specified in the sales line discounts table.
Sales Line Pricing: Manage flexible item price structures that differentiate between special agreements with individual customers and customer groups, and are conditioned by such parameters as minimum quantity, unit of measure, currency, item variant and time period. The best, that is, the lowest, unit price is brought to the sales line when the order details meet the conditions specified in the sales prices table. Make updates and changes to the price agreements as recorded in the sales prices table by using sales price worksheet.
Sales Order Management: Manage sales quotes, blanket sales orders, and sales order processes. Setting up an invoice directly differs from setting up a sales order in which the quantity available is adjusted as soon as an amount is entered on a sales order line. Quantity available is not affected by an invoice until the invoice is posted.
Use the Sales Order Management granule to:
- Manage partial shipments.
- Ship and invoice separately.
- Create prepayment invoices for the sales order.
- Use quotes and blanket orders in the sales phase.
- (Quotes and blanket orders do not affect inventory figures.)
Sales Return Order Management: This granule enables you to create a sales return order, so you can compensate a customer for wrong or damaged items. Items can be received against the sales return order. Create a partial return receipt or combine return receipts on one credit memo. Link sales return orders with replacement sales orders.
Shipping Agents: Set up multiple shipping agents (for example, UPS, DHL, external carriers, or your own carrier) and relate their services (express, overnight, standard) with shipping time. Associate default shipping agents and their services with individual customers or specify those details on sales orders and transfer orders to improve accuracy of order promising.
Sales Tax: Calculate Sales Tax and set up individual tax areas for each customer and vendor. Also enables you to calculate use tax on the tax. Sales tax can also be calculated from the general journal lines.
Alternative Order Addresses: Set up multiple addresses to manage orders from vendors that in addition to a main business address have more than one site from which they ship orders. These additional locations can then be selected by the purchasing agent when creating a purchase order or invoice.
Basic Payables: Set up and maintain a vendor table, post purchase transactions in journals, and manage payables. Includes the vendor table and enables you to generate vendor ledger entries using general journals. Use this together with the Multiple Currencies granule to post purchase transactions and manage payables in multiple currencies for each vendor. This granule is always used if your solution requires a vendor table. It is integrated with General Ledger and Inventory and required for the configuration of all other Purchase and Payables granules. Purchase Invoicing is also frequently used with this granule.
Drop Shipments: Handle order shipments directly from the vendor to the customer without having to physically stock items in your inventory while still keeping track of order costs and profit. The drop shipment process is facilitated through automatic linking of sales and purchase orders that control the built-in sequence of posting tasks.
Purchase Invoicing: Set up, post, and print purchase invoices and purchase credit memos. This granule is integrated with General Ledger and Inventory.
Purchase Line Discounting: Manage multiple item purchase price discounts that you have negotiated with individual vendors as based on such parameters as minimum quantity, unit of measure, currency, item variant and time period. The best, as based on the highest discount, unit cost is calculated for the purchase line when the order details meet the conditions specified in the purchase line discounts table.
Purchase Line Pricing: Manage multiple item purchase prices that you have negotiated with individual vendors as based on such parameters as minimum quantity, unit of measure, currency, item variant and time period. The best, that is the lowest, unit cost is brought to the purchase line when the order details meet the conditions specified in the purchase prices table.
Purchase Order Management: Manage purchase quotes, blanket orders, and purchase order processes. Creating a purchase order differs from creating a purchase invoice directly. The quantity available is adjusted as soon as an amount is entered on a purchase order line, but it is not affected by a purchase invoice until the invoice is posted.
Use this granule to:
- Manage partial receipts.
- Receive and invoice separately and create prepayment
- invoices for the purchase order.
- Use quotes and blanket orders in the purchase phase. (Quotes and blanket orders do not affect inventory figures.)
Purchase Return Order Management: Create a purchase return order in order to compensate your own company for wrong or damaged items. Items can then be picked from the purchase return order. You can set up partial return shipments or combine return shipments in one credit memo and link purchase return orders with replacement purchase orders.
Requisition Management: Automate the supply planning process by using the Requisition Worksheet. Generate optimal suggestions for replenishing inventory through purchases and transfers based on the item’s current and future demand and availability as well as a variety of planning parameters, such as minimum and maximum quantities and reorder quantities. Display a graphical overview of the planning impact and allow the user to change the plan using drag and drop, prior to executing on the plan. Alternatively, use the Order Planning – a simplified supply planning tool that enables you to plan supply for all types of demand in an order-by-order fashion, with no considerations for optimization.
Analysis Reports Provide company decision-makers, especially those with overall responsibility for sales, purchases, and product portfolio management, with an efficient and flexible way to get meaningful information out of the system to inform day-to-day decisions. Built on item entries, this granule provides a customizable, analytic view that enables people to add and combine analysis objects—customers, items, and vendors—according to their needs.
With Inventory Analysis Reports, You can:
- Present figures in both amounts and quantities and compare by periods as well as against budget. When the figures are put in a formula, they can become an indicator of the company’s performance.
- Drill down to locate the cause of problems.
- View sales dynamics; analyze inventory turnover; evaluate customers’ buying behavior; spot trends; reconsider product offerings, prices, and vendors; and make informed business decisions.
Alternative Vendors: Manage purchase of the same item from several different vendors. Set up alternative vendors for an item, specify typical lead times used by a specific vendor to deliver that item, and associate price and discount agreements for that item with each vendor.
Basic Inventory: Set up items that you carry in your stock and specify their unit of measures, costing method, inventory posting group, unit cost and price and other properties. Post item transactions, such as sales, purchase, negative and positive adjustments from item journals. Quantity and cost records of the posted transactions are stored in the inventory ledger that is the basis for inventory valuation and other costing calculations. Integrated with General Ledger and with the posting processes in Sales and Receivables and Purchase and Payables, this granule is required for the configuration of all other Inventory granules.
Bin: Organize your warehouse by assigning items to bins, the smallest unit in the warehouse logical structure. Bin assignment is done as the item journals or directly on the document lines (does not apply to order lines).
Item Budgets: Make sales and purchase budgets on the customer, vendor, and item levels, and in both amounts and quantities. Prepare and record a sales budget that can serve as input to decision makers in other operational areas, such as purchasing and logistics. Decision-makers gain information about future expected demand they can use for business discussions with the customers. After budgets are made, track the actual sales performance by means of calculating the variance. The ability to move budgeted figures between the system and Excel provides additional flexibility to the budgeting process.
Item Charges: Manage item charges. Include the value of additional cost components such as freight or insurance into the unit cost or unit price of an item.
Item Cross References: Quickly and precisely identify the items a customer is ordering on the basis of item numbers other than your own. Cross-reference information from customers, vendors, and manufacturers, as well as generic numbers, universal product codes (UPCs), and European article numbers (EANs) that can be stored and easily accessed.
Item Substitutions: Link items with the same or similar characteristics so that if a customer orders an item that is unavailable, you can offer substitute items and avoid losing the sale. Or, provide an extra service to your customer by offering lower-cost alternatives.
Item Tracking: Manage and track serial and lot numbers. Assign serial or lot numbers manually or automatically, and receive and ship multiple quantities with serial/lot numbers from a single order line entry.
Assembly Management: Specify a list of sellable items, raw materials, sub-assemblies and/or resources as Assembly Bill of Materials that comprises a finished item or a kit. Use assembly orders to replenish assembly items to stock or capture the customer ’s special requirements to the kit’s bill of materials directly from the sales quote, blanket and order line in the assembly-to-order processes.
Location Transfers: Track inventory as it is moved from one location to another and account for the value of inventory in transit and at various locations.
Multiple Locations: Manage inventory in multiple locations that may represent a production plant, distribution centers, warehouses, show rooms, retail outlets and service cars.
Non Stock Items: Offer items to customers that are not part of your regular inventory but that you can order from the vendor or manufacturer on an one-off basis. Such items are registered as nonstock items but otherwise are treated like any other item.
Pick: Enable warehouse workers to create a pick from the released order. Pick is managed from a separate user interface when shipping items in an order-by-order environment.
Stock-Keeping Units: Manage stock-keeping units (SKUs). Identical items with the same item number can be stored in different locations and managed individually at each location. Add cost prices, replenishment, manufacturing information, and so on, based on the location.
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