This Dynamics NAV Inventory Management course provides individuals with the knowledge and skills to set-up all aspects of the inventory and basic warehousing functionality available for Microsoft Dynamics NAV, as well as conceptual information about inventory management in general.
This training demonstrates how to perform availability analysis, how to link demand with supply, how to set up multiple locations, how to organize location transfers, how to handle basic warehouse tasks, and how to Set-Up, Use, Manage, Trace and Reserve items with serial/lot numbers.
INVENTORY CONTROL AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
• Analyze Item Availability
• Create Assembly Order and Inventory Movement
• Save and Post Recurring Production as a Standard Journal
• Count Physical Inventory at the Yellow Warehouse
• Change Department Code from Sales to Blank
• Reserve Items on a Purchase Order
• Create and Set Up a New Location
• Create and Set Up a New Responsibility Center
• Create Purchase Orders in a Company with Multiple Locations
• Create Sales Orders in a Company with Multiple Locations
• Create and Set Up Stock-Keeping Units
• Set Up a Transfer Route
• Transfer Items Between Locations
BASIC WAREHOUSE TASKS
• Set Up a Warehouse Location
• Receive and Put Away from the Purchase Document
• Receive with a Warehouse Receipt
• Pick and Ship with Inventory Pick Documents
• Ship with Warehouse Pick and Ship Documents
• Move Items to an Empty Bin
• Buy and Sell Items with Serial/Lot Numbers
• Auto-Pick Monitors by FEFO
• Trace Item from Serial Number
KITTING AND ASSEMBLY MANAGEMENT
• Set-Up Assembly Management
• Create Assembly Item and Assembly List
• Create and Post an Assembly Order
The primary audience is a Partner that sells and implements Microsoft Dynamics NAV. This Partner typically investigates the customer’s environment and makes recommendations on what and how to implement Microsoft Dynamics NAV. The participant should have a supply chain background.
To successfully complete this course, it is beneficial to have a general understanding of the inventory and basic warehousing functionality. Additionally, you must have a general understanding of the basic knowledge of processes and navigation in Microsoft Dynamics NAV.