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Good planning defines business success. However, when a planning gap occurs, the ability to utilize available substitute resources can become a safeguard against unwanted financial and reputation losses, especially if sales orders have been created and confirmed by the customers. In this article, we will discuss a business case in which a company needs to transfer quantities from one item to another substitute item, and how to avoid the pitfalls that come with this process, such as when item tracking and directed put-away and pick locations are used.
Making mistakes is a normal occurrence, especially in the circumstances of rush when the user may post documents with an incorrect date, quantity, item, etc. What is important is that once a mistake has been done, the user knows how to correct it without spending too much time, effort, nerves and doubts on it. In this article, we will perform a step-by-step process of undoing an incorrect registered warehouse pick for the goods.
With the introduction of the Help Server back in the days of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 release, Microsoft introduced a new work process in terms of managing documentation for Microsoft Dynamics NAV. The User Manuals for standard functionality were no longer provided in the .doc or .pdf formats, while the online Help system transitioned from the .chm files to HTML files on the Help Server. So, should you also move your help content exclusively to the HTML format? Well, it depends…
Multiple subsidiaries or divisions tend to conduct many transactions between each other. At some point, the parent company performs a consolidation of all general ledgers and faces the need to eliminate the intercompany flows in order to avoid inflation of the receivables and payables accounts. This is the point at which it may turn out that tracking intercompany document mismatches down is way too time-consuming.