– Introduction in Microsoft Dynamics NAV (80439A)
- Explain the concept of ERP and Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
- Describe the most important features of ERP and Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
- Explain the Back and Forward button, the address bar, and search.
- Explain the concept of the ribbon.
- Explain the different components of the ribbon.
- Show how to use the ribbon.
- Explore the navigation pane.
- List the information that is available on the status bar.
- Explain how to use the list page.
- Explain how to use the card page.
- Explore the Role Center.
- Explain how to Customize Microsoft Dynamics NAV user interface (UI).
- Browse and customize the list places.
- Change the look of windows in the program.
- Use function keys and basic keyboard shortcuts.
- Enter and edit information.
- Obtain selected information from Microsoft Dynamics NAV, by using zoom, reports, sorting, search, filters, FactBoxes, and navigation functions.
- Integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with other Microsoft Office products, such as OneNote, Word, and Excel.
- Describe the posting process within Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
- Explain how to use G/L account cards.
- Outline the purpose and functions of the Chart of Accounts page.
- Explain how to use customer cards.
- Explain how to use vendor cards.
- Explain how to use item cards.
- Outline a complete sales process and how it connects to other application areas.
- Outline a complete purchase process and how it connects to other application areas.
- Create a purchase order.
- Process the receipt and invoicing of goods.
- Create and process a purchase invoice.
- Create a sales quote, and convert it to a sales order.
- Create, post, and review sales orders.
- Process the shipment and invoicing of goods.
- Explain the web services support in Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
- Describe the different client types.
- Provide an overview of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Development Environment.
- Describe the multilanguage functionality.
- Provide an overview of the most important financial management features.
- Outline financial reporting and analysis.
- Outline marketing features.
- Provide an overview of the most important trade functions.
- Provide an overview of inventory management features.
- Outline features of the warehouse management system.
- Outline manufacturing features.
- Outline features for jobs and resources.
- Explain service management features.
- Review features for human resource management.
This course is intended for a partner that sells and implements the Introduction module to customers.Â The typical partner has an ERP background and is strong in accounting principles.