Techno-Functional Dynamics 365 F&S Data Model Tutorial Part 18 of 25 – Loyalty Reward Points Process
With the advent of Gamification and its evolution into the canvas of a commercial world, now the participation patterns can be monitored, and meaningful responses can be obtained from the desired segments. Reward points are the types of scoring mechanisms that you offer to your customers and these can be either redeemable or non-redeemable.
Techno-Functional Dynamics 365 F&S Data Model Tutorial Part 17 of 25 – Configure Link Products Process
Today, we are going to look at one of the most important processes in Dynamics 365 F&S. This Blog post walks through configuring linked products. Linked products allows to offer additional products when a customer is buying an item – this is valid for Dynamics 365 Commerce (previously called Dynamics 365 Retail). This tutorial uses demo data, and assumes both products have already been created and released inside Dynamics 365 F&S.
A ‘Sales Quotation’ or business sale quote is a formal business document that allows a potential buyer/customer to view the cost involved in purchasing a specific service or product. It is generally used by suppliers or resellers to initiate a business transaction cycle. A professional ‘Sales Quotation’ contains an itemized list of products and services, stating the price per item, terms of sale and acceptable payment methods. Before making a purchase, sales quote is furnished at the request of a prospective buyer who is interested in knowing the cost of a certain product/service or both.
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In the previous blog post of this series, you have learned how to create a department and positions in Dynamics 365. In this series of blog posts, we will guide you to the technical and functional processes of worker creation, so you can get a deep understanding and knowledge of this process.
Today, we’re going to focus on one of the most important processes in the HR module application – create position. Positions are an important element of the lower level of an organization hierarchy, Position is the basic building block that helps form a hierarchy structure. Simply stated, a position is an individual instance of a job. For example, the position, “ERP Manager”. This just one of the positions associated to the job, “ERP Manager.” Positions exist in a department and are assigned to workers allocated to specific roles in an organization.
Today, we’re going to look at one of the most frequently used processes in the application – create job. A job is a collection of tasks and responsibilities that are required from a person who performs a job. Areas of responsibility, job tasks, job functions, skills, education information, and certificates that are required for a job.
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Techno Functional Dynamics 365 Data Model Explanations for Reporting, Part 12 of 25 - How to Create a Department and Set Up its Hierarchy
Get Microsoft Development Training and learn to create a Department in Dynamics 365 through our techno-functional walkthrough. As a common practice, organizations require dealing with strategic Human Resource (HR) needs and to achieve it, they have to carry out several processes in Dynamics 365. One of the most important functions is to create a ‘Department’ and set up its Hierarchy. Performing this process might not be very tough for you, but the problem lies in inaccessibility of training/guidance to get hands-on experience on processes like this.
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