Microsoft Dynamics 365 Inbound Logistics Supply Chain Video Part 2
We wanted to do something different make complicated supply chain concepts fun to learn in Dynamics 365. “Animated Brandon” debuts here with an explanation and demonstration of the concept of inbound logistics. In non-formal terms, inbound logistics basically is how we receive the stuff that we need from vendors to run our business. This is one of those high-level processes that’s very important to understand as it gets complicated quick breaking down into a number of fun parts that we’ll be covering through out the series. I hope that you all are really enjoying these blog posts.
Like many developers – both in ERP and Data Analytics, I often found myself struggling to understand the business concepts. This series aims to make the process much easier for those new or learning business processes with creative, animated infographics and other learning tools. In the end, I think you will find that these business processes aren’t all that bad after all and actually enjoyable to learn.
Let’s Watch Dynamics 365 Inbound Logistics
What we have done so far?
First, we have almost finished a massive 25 part Dynamics 365 Data Model Series detailing many aspects of the Dynamics 365 data model and relating it to the functional aspects to supercharge reporting, integration, and development efforts amongst our readers. This is nearing completion and will be finished by the end of the year.
Secondly, we enhanced the current Microsoft Dynamics 365 Programming Course with three times the content of the current Microsoft Official Course (which is already a good course on it’s own). We have received stellar reviews and have new enhancements scheduled for it in January.
Thirdly, we created the first ever Mobile, Google platform for Dynamics 365 Learning
Fourthly, many extra tutorials this year over all sorts of good thingsservices or courses, please Contact Us by clicking on the link and one of our team members will be happy to answer your questions.