In a bid to continuously meet the changing needs of the market and customers, Microsoft is all set to add new capabilities across finance, revenue recognition, and warehouse tools to the Fall 2018 release of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. At the
Numerous developments across
Several enhancements across revenue management, revenue recognition schedules, subscription and renewals, and revenue forecasting and reporting are lined up. The Fall 2018 release will also ensure revenue automation processes comply with standards such as
Warehouse and transportation
Advanced warehouse and transportation management capabilities will include cross-docking, catch weight, retail pack and ship, material handling, and small package management.
With the new release, organizations can now input prospective vendor’s data into
The Fall’18 release will also continue to improve on existing areas such as intelligence and insight, productivity, usability, and adaptability.
Since Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations no longer supports overlayering, all ISV and custom solutions will have to be deployed using the newer extensibility model.
The new release will also allow customers to embrace a frequent platform update cadence and semi-annual updates to the application itself - customers can no longer put off updates for long periods of time as before.
Simplifying the Digital Transformation Journey
The Fall 2018 release with its various enhancements will make Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations an unmatched platform for digital transformation. With so many new capabilities across various aspects and with productivity improvements, new deployment models and frequent updates, you can be sure to simplify and streamline your organization’s digital transformation journey.
About the Author - Manoj Nair
Manoj Nair is a seasoned IT professional with over 12 years of experience in Software Consultancy, ERP Implementation, Testing, ISV Development & Client Management. He is a Senior Project Manager at Indusa and is responsible of managing various software programs through cross functional coordination.