Welcome to Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management
This article provides a list of the help articles and other resources in Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management.
What's new and in development
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Core concepts and tasks
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- Asset management
- Cost accounting
- Cost management
- Inventory management
- IoT Intelligence
- Master planning
- Procurement and sourcing
- Product information management
- Production control
- Sales and marketing
- Service management
- Transportation management
- Warehouse management
Dynamics 365 Finance
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This short video summarize the new supply chain management features added to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance version 8.0 (April 2018).
These short videos summarize the new supply chain management features added to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance, Enterprise edition 7.3 (December 2017).
These short videos summarize the new supply chain management features added to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance, Enterprise edition (July 2017).
- Get started with Cost accounting
- Cost control mobile workspace
- Use Excel for cost analysis
- Approve purchase orders on a mobile device
- Visual scheduling with Gantt chart for production and batch orders
The following tech conference recordings discuss supply chain management functionality from previous versions of finance and operations. This functionality is now part of Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management; the same concepts still apply, and the procedures are similar in the current version.
- Cost management:
- Master planning:
- Product information management:
- Warehouse management:
- Production control videos:
- Transportation management videos:
There are many articles about manufacturing and supply chain management on the Dynamics AX Manufacturing R&D Team Blog and Supply Chain Management in Dynamics AX R&D Team Blog. Most of these were written for the previous version, but the same concepts still apply, and the procedures are similar in the current version.
- Lean manufacturing: Capable to promise and kanban job scheduling
- BOM calculation by using a costing sheet
For online courses and training, check out Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management.