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A Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management Functional Consultant is a professional who specializes in configuring and customizing Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, which is part of the Dynamics 365 suite designed for supply chain and logistics management. Obtaining relevant Microsoft certifications, such as the Microsoft Certified: Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management Functional Consultant Associate certification, can validate expertise in this role.

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Duration of Training  :  32 hrs

Batch type  :  Weekdays/Weekends

Mode of Training  :  Classroom/Online/Corporate Training

Implement product information management

Create and manage products

– Create and release products and product variants
– Create and apply product templates
– Create BOMs and BOM versions
– Create and configure category hierarchies
– Create and manage product states during the life cycle of a product
– Create product attributes

Configure prerequisites for products

– Configure storage, tracking, and product dimension groups
– Create item model groups
– Describe use cases for item groups
– Configure reservation hierarchies
– Configure unit sequence groups

Configure additional product details

– Create and assign bar codes and Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) codes
– Configure product unit conversions
– Configure default order settings
– Configure product filter codes for warehouse operations

Manage inventory pricing and costing

– Describe costing versions for standard and planned costs
– Describe how price groups constrain pricing
– Configure items with standard costs
– Configure default item prices, purchase prices, and discounts in trade agreements

Implement inventory and asset management

Configure inventory management

– Create and manage inventory dimensions
– Configure Inventory management parameters and journals
– Configure inventory value reports
– Configure ABC classifications

Manage and process inventory activities

– Create and process journals, including bill of materials, item arrival, transfer, movement,
inventory adjustment, and counting, journals
– Create and process transfer orders
– Describe the inventory closing and adjustment process
– Configure and perform inventory closings and adjustments
– Apply inventory blocking manually
– Create batch disposition codes

Manage quality

– Configure and process nonconformances
– Configure quality associations
– Configure components for the quality control process
– Process quality orders
– Process quarantine orders
– Describe use cases for inventory blocking using a quality order

Configure asset management

– Create and manage work orders
– Create and configure assets
– View and manage capacity for work orders
– Configure work order settings
– Schedule preventive maintenance and reactive maintenance

Implement and manage supply chain processes

Implement procurement and sourcing

– Create and maintain vendors
– Describe use cases for procurement workflows
– Create and manage purchase requisitions, requests for quotation (RFQs), and purchase orders (POs)
– Create purchase agreements and vendor rebates
– Configure and process consignment inventory
– Manage over and under deliveries and delivery schedules
– Configure procurement categories, charge codes, and purchasing policies
– Configure vendor collaboration features
– Create and process vendor returns

Implement landed cost

– Describe landed cost concepts and terminology
– Identify use cases for transportation management module and landed cost modules

Implement common sales and marketing features

– Create and maintain customers
– Describe sales order reservations and order promising
– Configure sales agreements
– Configure and process sales quotations, sales orders, and sales returns 
– Configure sales groups, commissions
– Configure and manage discounts and price groups
– Configure and process intercompany orders
– Configure customer rebates

Implement warehouse management and transportation management

Configure warehouse management

– Create sites, warehouses, locations, location formats, location profiles, location types, and zones
– Create and manage warehouse workers
– Configure work policies and work breaks
– Implement location directives
– Configure inventory statuses
– Configure wave, load, and work templates
– Configure mobile device menus, menu items, and display settings
– Create and print labels, including product, wave, and license plate labels

Perform warehouse management processes

– Describe the replenishment process and cross-docking
– Describe the capabilities of the load planning workbench
– Configure and process inventory movements
– Create cycle counting work and perform cycle counting
– Process inbound and outbound orders
– Update inventory statuses
– Configure containerization and packaging options

Implement transportation management

– Configure shipping carriers and carrier groups
– Perform planning and executing of loads and shipments
– Configure and generate freight bills and invoices
– Configure route plans and guides
– Configure route and rate engines
– Configure and use dock appointment scheduling
– Reconcile freight by using manual or automatic processes

Implement master planning

Configure master planning and forecasting

– Describe the various types of forecasting available
– Configure Planning Optimization Add-in for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management
– Describe planning optimization fit analysis results
– Set up coverage groups and item coverage
– Configure and maintain master planning parameters, master plans, and forecast plans
– Define positive and negative days
– Define action messages, delay messages, and time fences
– Configure period templates

Manage master plans

– Run master planning
– View and process planned orders
– Set up and use the Supply Schedule form
– Configure safety margins
– Configure and process safety stock journals

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