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 an overview of the business process and the features available for Process manufacturing in AX 2012 R3 CU8. It also includes Potency Management, Setup and configuring Active, Compensating, and Filler ingredients in a formula.
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?
- Explain General Concepts
- Review Formula Features and Elements
- Work with Plan Groups
- Describe batch order costing
- Explain the stages of the batch order life cycle
- Define the process manufacturing functionalities adhering to master planning
- Understand how batch order sequencing can be applied
- Explain the purpose and benefits of containerized packaging
- Define the setup for creating a Catch Weight (CW) item
- Create an inventory transaction with a partial visibility catch weight item
- Define shelf life and its related setups
- Explain batch attributes and setups
- Introduce how potency items are defined and configured
- Explain how Lot Inheritance works
- Explain Approved Vendor List (AVL) and define its related setups
- Define the setups required for commodity pricing
- Define product compliance and configure its necessary setups in Inventory management
- Explain rebates and their setup
- Describe using advanced warehouse management function with FEFO date-controlled and same batch reservation
WHAT ARE THE PREREQUISITES TO CONSUME THIS COURSE?
- General knowledge of Microsoft Windows
- General knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012
- The ability to use Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 for basic processing
- Basic knowledge of Process Manufacturing concepts