Category Archives: D365 for Operations and Finance

As mentioned in the previous post, with all those thoughts from “Hit Refresh” fresh in my mind, I just fully immersed myself into the event for the next two days. The keynote speeches, the HoloLens demo, Virtual reality demo, classroom sessions on various topics ranging from AI, Quantum computing to Augmented reality, PowerApps etc. were […]

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What a timing I must say, I just finished reading “Hit Refresh” by Satya Nadella and within a few days I received registration confirmation from Microsoft that I can attend the “Microsoft Future Decoded 2018” event. I was very much excited to attend the event as that was my chance to experience what I just […]

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Updated last: 25/10/2018 This is a live blog post that will be updated with changes that are applied to the application – I’ll also update it with input from the community too.  Right, I thought it’d be best to write a quick post on this topic as it is a question I receive quite regularly which […]

Canvas Apps, CRM, D365 for Operations and Finance, Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement, Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation, Power BI, PowerApps, Presales, Uncategorized 0

This video runs through the setup and functionality of the new Vendor/Customer records field changes approval – enjoy! 952

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In this post I will be covering some Microsoft Flow basics and limitations when working with Dynamics 365. This will help you determine which Flow plan and/or connectors suites best for your needs. Connecting to your Dynamics 365 instance Firstly let’s look at the connectors for Dynamics 365. You have two options when it comes […]

D365 for Operations and Finance, Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement, Flow 1

I have released a new paperback book called “Microsoft Dynamics 365 FinOps – Fixed Price Projects Revenue Recognition In-depth” on Amazon about the fixed price projects revenue recognition last Thursday .i.e. 27th September 2018. In this blog post i am going to talk about the book and the motivation behind that. I knew basic fixed price […]

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The Dynamics 365 Saturday 2018 took place in Microsoft Dublin (One Microsoft Place) and was hosted by Janet Robb and her Team. Congratulations on Janet for a great work on organising such well-structured event. Lots of cool sessions provided, as well as workshops for PowerApps and CRM for the ones who were interested.   Even […]

AX 2012, Canvas Apps, CRM, D365 for Operations and Finance, Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement, Dynamics 365 for Customer Service, Dynamics 365 for Field Services, Hackathon, Office 365, Power BI, PowerApps, Presales 0

There are three calculation methods when it comes to fixed price projects, they are: None Markup percent total Markup percent estimate line This post is not about describing what each of the calculation method does but this post is the super summary of when does the system create the balancing fee journal and when it […]

Project Management and Accounting 0

Everyday we learn, no matter what and that’s absolutely true. However more important is to retain what we have learnt today and reduce the time in re-inventing the wheel later. I just now learnt a very small thing but i still wish to put this in writing so that i remember it in future and […]

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