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Define Production Processes Data in Microsoft Dynamics AX (80872)

This course provides students with an in-depth study of production processes using Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations. It primarily focuses on how to configure a route and a bill of material to be used in a discrete manufacturing scenario. It is intended for users who are just starting to learn about the Production control module. This course discusses the properties that are assigned to operations resources and how those properties automatically become part of the operations, items, and production orders related to each of those resources. Then, it introduces the operations, meaning the tasks that are required to produce items in production. It also covers the setup and the relations of those operations. Routes are the series of steps that are done to produce an item. That topic includes scrap that can be factored into the process, as well as how long each step will take to complete. It also covers route groups, updates to the route, and route versions. It also covers the more complex topic of route networks, where there can be multiple simultaneous operations involved in a route. Another major topic is Bill of Materials (BOM), and how it is constructed in Dynamics 365 for Operations, starting with a basic BOM and then examining more complex variations. One complex variation covered is a BOM for subcontracting, where an outside vendor supplies a component used in a BOM. We will also cover how BOMs are affected by product dimensions, where items are made with different sizes, colors, and configurations. Finally, the course addresses BOM scrap, both constant and variable, that can be assigned to each BOM line.
SKU: 80872
GTIN: 80872
Manufacturer: Microsoft
£40.00 (GBP)

Delivery: Blended learning
OR On-site (Private delivery)
Minimum number of delegates: 1:1
Maximum class size: 20
Delivery date: (as requested by customer)
Offers: contact for details however 20% consecutive discount on all group bookings.
Next availability: Immediate
Applicable for: Application Developer, Data Analyst, Programmer
Offers: contact for details

This course provides students with an in-depth study of production processes using Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations. It primarily focuses on how to configure a route and a bill of material to be used in a discrete manufacturing scenario. It is intended for users who are just starting to learn about the Production control module.

This course discusses the properties that are assigned to operations resources and how those properties automatically become part of the operations, items, and production orders related to each of those resources. Then, it introduces the operations, meaning the tasks that are required to produce items in production. It also covers the setup and the relations of those operations. 

Routes are the series of steps that are done to produce an item. That topic includes scrap that can be factored into the process, as well as how long each step will take to complete. It also covers route groups, updates to the route, and route versions. It also covers the more complex topic of route networks, where there can be multiple simultaneous operations involved in a route.

Another major topic is Bill of Materials (BOM), and how it is constructed in Dynamics 365 for Operations, starting with a basic BOM and then examining more complex variations. One complex variation covered is a BOM for subcontracting, where an outside vendor supplies a component used in a BOM. We will also cover how BOMs are affected by product dimensions, where items are made with different sizes, colors, and configurations. Finally, the course addresses BOM scrap, both constant and variable, that can be assigned to each BOM line.

Format: Blended learning for on-site, private delivery. A combination of e-learning with trainer input from a Microsoft Certified Trainer.

WHAT ARE THE GOALS FOR THIS COURSE?

  • Define properties for operations resources
  • Set up an operation
  • Configure and setup routes
  • Define relation times
  • Define resource load, requirements, and description
  • Create route groups
  • Create and update production routes
  • Add versions to a route
  • Activate a route network
  • Describe route characteristics and operations
  • Describe the features and components in a Bill of Materials
  • Create a Bill of Materials
  • Use the Bill of Materials Designer
  • Generate a vendor production or purchase order
  • Describe Bill of Materials dimension-based configurations
  • Set scrap on a Bill of Materials line
  • Run Bill of Materials scrap calculation
  • Create case category
  • Create a case
  • Maintain a case
  • Approve cases

WHAT ARE THE PREREQUISITES TO CONSUME THIS COURSE?

  • General knowledge of Microsoft Windows
  • Completed the Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics AX courses
  • The ability to use Microsoft Dynamics AX for basic processing
  • General knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics AX
  • Completed course 80817: Define and Maintain Manufacturing Capacities in Microsoft Dynamics AX
  • Completed 80741: Manage Products and Services for Sales in Microsoft Dynamics AX
  • Completed 80841: Manage Products and Services for Procurement in Microsoft Dynamics AX