Inventory and logistics


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In this release of Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, we have added several new inventory and logistics features that can help organizations gain visibility, resiliency, and efficiency in their supply chain.

  • New Global Inventory Accounting capabilities in this release wave include support for the accounting conservatism principle, recalculation of inventory after source documents are changed, and new reporting with Power BI. Businesses can also get started quickly by using the new step-by-step setup wizard.
  • The Inventory Visibility service empowers businesses with near real-time visibility into their inventories. This release now enables businesses to validate fulfillment dates with an ATP check, allocate stock in advance for the most profitable sales channels, and ensure accurate calculations of warehouse-enabled items.
  • Warehouse execution workloads now provide expanded out-of-the-box capabilities for running scale units as part of a distributed hybrid topology. In this release wave, warehouse execution workloads now provide expanded support for inbound transfer orders, sorting for packing stations and inventory, integration with warehouse material handling automation, and additional warehouse features for manufacturing processes.