JourneyTEAM developers discuss the platform’s new capability (currently in preview) and how we put it to use for a real company.
Recently, Microsoft announced the preview of
Once a virtual table is created, users have the ability to query data, create and update records, add data relationships, modify views, filter information, and more. Users can quickly create a detailed dashboard that provides valuable insight into gathered business data and make actionable business decisions from those tables.
How JourneyTEAM Used Virtual Tables to Streamline Order Processing
JourneyTEAM recently utilized this new capability for one of our clients. The company was previously using Business Central for their order processing, but they wanted additional insight into shipped orders without integrating large datasets.
To see how we used virtual tables to provide additional data insights without lengthy data integration, view our on-demand video. You’ll also learn:
- How to set up virtual tables within Business Central
- How to edit tables for optimum data views.
- Which business situations are ideal for virtual tables.
Watch the video now to learn more or