This session is focused on the best practices for data migration and upgrade from Dynamics AX 2012 to Dynamics 365 Finance & Supply Chain. With data migration and upgrade projects, the best practice methodology followed is to execute these upgrades in a prescribed manner to limit risk and costs. We’ll review leveraging the available tools as templates, DMF Data Management Framework and RSAT regression testing. Their usage depends on the client’s needs for the migration and upgrade. Project leads, Technical leads, Architects, Developers, Database specialist will learn from a best practice and proven approach to executing a data migration and upgrade in three phases; Analyze, Execute and Validate. This includes analyzing the data and code upgrade, setting up Azure LCS, performing the upgrade to plan and validation of the upgrade before cut over to production. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.
Every project requires data movement in and out of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations apps. The keys are using bulk imports and effectively keeping a track of multiple moving parts. This session will address: 1. How to import data in bulk with multi-threading for general journal lines 2. How to keep original load and delta loads in sync 3. How to import customers quickly without spending hours to process load The content of this session is geared toward an audience with intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.
The decision to move your mission-critical business applications to the cloud is no longer IF but WHEN. Chances are you’re already successfully running applications in the cloud today. Cloud-based payroll, HR benefits, marketing automation and email are amongst the many available solutions that companies have been managing online for years. Historically companies hesitated to move business applications like GP, SL, NAV, AX and CRM to the cloud, but to stay competitive and drive business continuity, the time to migrate is now. Regardless of your company size or industry, recent events have shown us how important moving to the cloud is for all businesses. As companies went to being fully remote for months, some found that their on-premises solutions could not accommodate a virtual work force and caused unnecessary problems with day-to-day operations. Real-time secure access to data, regular back up provisions, remote access for all users are just some of the cloud benefits. In this session, learn best practices on how building an effective migration strategy and plan will support a successful move to the cloud and help maximize your business application investments.
Made the decision to migrate to Business Central or just investigating? It could be a big project, and you need to know your options are before diving in. At this session you will: § Get a detailed, feature-by-feature comparison between GP and BC § Learn about the three primary ways that BC can be deployed, and the pros and cons of each § Learn about the three migration methods, including when to choose each § Get details on Microsoft’s migration tool and the gotchas to watch out for § Take home detailed sample migration plans and estimated project costs This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event. Level: Intermediate
In this session, we will through implementation journey of customer who retained their POS investments and using power of Dynamics 365 F&O for Finance, Purchasing, and demand planning operations. Many retailers have investments made in POS systems over the years with many proprietary investments. You don’t have to throw them away if you want to utilize the power of Dynamics 365 Finance and operations. The Dynamics 365 platform is built with rich integration capabilities and can support a strong backend to your POS. While Dynamics 365 has rich retail/commerce functionality, application was architected to support taking a supporting use case and adapting the platform in an agile method. By end of this session, you will understand: -Key integrations -Designing a functional architecture and keeping it simple -Rich Integration Toolbox with Dynamics and use cases -Validation and testing strategy The content of this session is geared toward an audience with beginner to intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area. This session will be available for CPE credits post event.