Microsoft Dynamics AX Functional Training

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Microsoft Dynamics AX Functional Training Course Content

What is Microsoft Dynamics AX Functional

Microsoft Dynamics AX is one of Microsoft’s enterprise resource planning software products. It is part of the Microsoft Dynamics family.
Microsoft Dynamics AX was originally developed as a collaboration between IBM and Danish Damgaard Data as IBM Axapta. Axapta was initially released in March 1998 in the Danish and U.S. markets. IBM returned all rights in the product to Damgaard Data shortly after the release of Version 1.5. Damgaard Data merged with Navision Software A/S in 2000 to form NavisionDamgaard, later named Navision A/S. Microsoft acquired the combined company in July 2002.

In September 2011, Microsoft released version AX 2012.It was made available and supported in more than 30 countries and 25 languages.

The newest version, released in February 2016, dropped the nomenclature of year and version and was simply called AX, although was widely known as AX7. This update was a major revision with a completely new UI delivered through a browser-based HTML5 client, and initially only available as a cloud-hosted application. This version lasted only a few months, though, as Dynamics AX was rebranded Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations in October 2016, and once more as Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations in July 2017.For more info click here.

Microsoft Dynamics AX Functional Course Content:

ERP Introduction
History & Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics AX (AXAPTA | DAX)
Environment setup
Company setup, Financial integration overview
Financial Essentials
Using Dimensions
General ledger, Chart of accounts setup
Ledgers, Journals and Postings
Ledger posting setup
Inventory costing, variance posting analysis
Reconciliation for Inventory and Cash
Sales TAX Setup and Configure
Fixed assets overview, setup, listing and postings and transactions
Budgeting and Planning
Budget iterations with Fixed Assets
Bank accounts and overview of Credit card integration and options
Understand Forms, Reports, Setup and Parameters for Financial flow and process
Cash and Bank management setup
Financial statements
Balance sheet reporting
Income statement and Summary & Detail statements for Payments and Cash flow
Intercompany accounting transactions and postings
Payment authorizations workflow
Multi-currency, multi-language and multi-company setup
AR/AP Setup, Postings, Transactions
Vendor payments, Customers payments
Inventory close, Year end, Month end close activities and procedures
AR and AP reconciliation
Document handling and Dashboard
Inquiries and Reports and Functions
All Financial Month end close processes in Microsoft Dynamics AX
Business decisions using Dynamics AX Reports and Workflows and Approvals
Advanced concepts

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Updated: June 12, 2017 — 5:08 am

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