Microsoft Dynamics NAV has several ways to record RAW material consumption on a production order. These are called flushing methods. Neville Foyn, Lead ERP Consultant at EBS analyses these methods. Forward flushing is when the production order starts. The Read More
In a new EBS video, Melinda Pankhurst, Dynamics NAV Developer/Consultant at EBS explains how to process your BAS using the new 2013 version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Using the BAS features available in Dynamics NAV 2013 makes your monthly BAS reporting Read More
Account Schedules within Microsoft Dynamics NAV are used to allow for the analysis of your Chart of Accounts by Dimension. In a previous EBS blog post we discussed how Dimensions can be used for recording information relevant to the business with Read More
The simplest explanation of Dimensions within Microsoft Dynamics NAV would be to call them the slice and dice ability within NAV. Dimensions are what allow you to report on the data within the system, in a way that is meaningful to the company.
It is becoming much more common for companies to ‘drop ship’ goods, or to take ownership of stock without incurring the overheads of warehousing, transport and logistics, and instead leaving this to the supplier. In a drop ship scenario, the Read More
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 can help streamline your document approval process. This brief demonstration illustrates how Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 simplifies the approvals process for employees in sales and purchasing roles.These features provide a new user experience, based on the Role Read More