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MB-320: Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Manufacturing

32000 MB-320 Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Manufacturing Training

Light up your knowledge of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations discrete manufacturing, lean manufacturing, budgeting, production control and more! Make more money as we teach you how to create more productive experiences in your organization with Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations.

MB-320 Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Manufacturing

This 5-day Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Manufacturing training contains the following 3 courses. It is also designed to help you prepare for Exam MB-320.

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MB-320T01 Configure and use discrete manufacturing in Dynamics 365 for
Finance and Operations

This is 2-day course for Organizations use Dynamics 365 for Finance and
Operations to run smarter with connected operations, by selecting best-fit
manufacturing processes, improving operational procedures, simplifying
resource management, accelerating product delivery, and increasing quality
and customer satisfaction.

This course discusses how to configure and use discrete manufacturing in
Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.

Audience profile

A Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Functional Consultant is
responsible for performing discovery, capturing requirements, engaging
subject matter experts and stakeholders, translating requirements, and
configuring the solution and applications. The Functional Consultant
implements a solution using out of the box capabilities, codeless
extensibility, application and service integrations.

Prerequisites

Basic understanding of ERP, CRM concepts.

Course Outline

Module 1: Get Started with Production Control

This module explains the concepts used in the Production control module in
Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction Configure and use discrete manufacturing in Dynamics 365
    for Finance and Operations
  • Compare discrete, lean and process manufacturing
  • Configure production control for unified manufacturing
  • Understand capacity planning
  • General ledger and production control module
  • Practice labs
  • Summary

In this module you learned about:

  • Discrete, lean, and process manufacturing methodologies
  • Unified manufacturing
  • How to configure production control for unified manufacturing
  • Capacity planning
  • Interconnectivity between the General ledger and the Production control
    modules
  • Production pools
  • How to work with allocation keys

Module 2: Get Started with Discrete Manufacturing

Even though each legal entity's manufacturing processes are unique,
depending on the nature of the production environment, the core conceptual
elements that are used in the Production control module are frequently very
similar.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Understand the discrete production process statuses
  • Understand the bill of materials
  • Working with BOM and item configurations
  • Create bill of materials
  • Production orders
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

In this module you learned about:

  • Discrete manufacturing concepts
  • Production process statues
  • Production stages
  • Bill of Material (BOM)
  • Resources
  • Routes and Operations

Module 3: Configure Discrete Manufacturing

Before you can work in the Production control module, and create production
orders, you must set up production parameters. The parameters you select
have direct impact on the production order and the production life cycle.
You can set the parameters by company or by site, which determines whether
Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations uses the company-level parameters
or the site-specific parameters. Parameters, Production Orders and Life
Cycle reviews how these parameters are defined, how journal names are used,
how production orders are created, and the ways in which they are processed
through manufacturing based on their status and the production life cycle.
This lesson explains how to configure Discrete manufacturing in Finance and
Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Prepare general ledger for production
  • Configure production control parameters
  • Configure calendar and resources
  • Configure operations and routes
  • Practice lab
  • Module summary

In this module you learned how to:

  • Configure inventory dimensions in production
  • Configure parameters, production orders and status
  • Configure calendars and resources
  • Configure operations and routes.

Module 4: Create and Complete Production Orders

The life cycle of a production order reflects the actual steps that are
taken to manufacture a product. It begins with the creation of a production
order and ends with a finished, manufactured product that is ready for the
customer. The production order is assigned a status that reflects where it
is in the production life cycle. This module reviews the Release, Start,
Report as finished, and End stages in the production life cycle in the
order in which they are conducted. Release, Start, and Report as finished
are considered part of production control

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Capacity planning, scheduling, and subcontracting
  • Scrap and waste
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

In this module you learned:

  • Understand capacity planning
  • Create discrete production orders
  • Schedule a production order
  • Process production orders
  • Control and end production ‎

Module 5: Work with Cost Sheeting

This module describes how to set up a costing sheet that includes material
and manufacturing, and how the setup affects the BOM calculation results.
Let’s learn how to configure and manage costing sheet in Finance and
Operations.

Lesson

  • How to work with the costing sheet

Module 6: Use Manufacturing Execution

Manufacturing execution is primarily intended to be used by manufacturing
companies. Workers can register time and item consumption on production
jobs and project activities using the Job registration form. All
registrations are approved and subsequently transferred to the relevant
Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations modules. Continuous approval and
transfer of registrations give managers the ability to easily track actual
costs on production orders.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Understand the manufacturing executions
  • Identify roles
  • Planning considerations
  • Configure manufacturing execution
  • Control production
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

In this module you learned to:

  • Understand the manufacturing execution
  • Identify the roles in manufacturing execution
  • Process production orders
  • Understand the process workflows to manage a production

Module 7: Get Started with Product Configuration

Product configuration is a constraint-based product configuration tool that
uses the Microsoft Solver Foundation (MSF) product technology that is
designed for modeling and constraint solving. You can use product
configuration to create and maintain product configuration models, and to
reuse components and attribute types. Attributes, constraints,
subcomponents, user requirements, Bill of Material (BOM) lines, and route
operations are implicitly reused when you reuse a component. Components can
also reuse table constraint definitions. This module explains how to get
started with product configurator in Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Understand the product configuration model
  • Build a product configuration model
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

In this module you learned about:

  • The terminology that is important for understanding the concepts and
    processes that are associated with product configuration
  • Product configuration end-to-end scenario
  • The different areas that span the product configuration process
  • The product configuration model
  • How to build a product configuration model

Module 8: Course Conclusion

Final assessment and course summary, as well as a post-course survey for
the course.

Lessons

  • Final assessment
  • Course summary
  • Post-course survey

You will have completed the course.

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MB-320T02 Configure and use lean manufacturing in Dynamics 365 for
Finance and Operations

This is 1-day course for Organizations use Dynamics 365 for Finance and
Operations to run smarter with connected operations, by selecting best-fit
manufacturing processes, improving operational procedures, simplifying
resource management, accelerating product delivery, and increasing quality
and customer satisfaction.

This course discusses how to configure and use lean manufacturing in
Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.

Audience profile

A Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Functional Consultant is
responsible for performing discovery, capturing requirements, engaging
subject matter experts and stakeholders, translating requirements, and
configuring the solution and applications. The Functional Consultant
implements a solution using out of the box capabilities, codeless
extensibility, application and service integrations.

Prerequisites

Basic understanding of ERP, CRM concepts.

Course Outline

Module 1: Get Started with Lean Manufacturing

This topic explains how to get started with the Lean manufacturing in
Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Concepts and terminology
  • Module Summary

In this lesson you learned to:

  • Understand Lean manufacturing
  • Understand Lean concepts and terminology

Module 2: Configure Lean Manufacturing

This topic explains how to configure Lean manufacturing in Finance and
Operations. A Lean manufacturing scenario is usually more than an
accumulation of unrelated Kanban rules or material-supply policies. The
flow of material and products throughout work cells and locations for a
specific production or supply scenario can be described as a sequence or
small network of process or transfer activities, called a production flow.
The activity-based production flows are introduced in Finance and
Operations to establish a production and cost context for various Kanban
scenarios. All Kanban rules are directly connected to this pre-defined
structure. The activity-based model allows users to set up a wider range of
scenarios than supported by previous versions of Lean manufacturing for
Finance and Operations, without adding complexity for the shop floor
workers because all scenarios use the same activity-based user interface.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Configure parameters
  • Create value streams and production flow models
  • Create production flows
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

In this module you learned to:

  • Configure parameters
  • Configure value streams
  • Create Production Flows
  • Configure lean manufacturing work cells

Module 3: Create and Process Fixed Kanban Rules

In Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, a Kanban is implemented as a
framework to plan, track, and process based on Pull signals. A Kanban is an
essential part of a pull system of supply, which is a critical element of
Lean production/supply. When a Kanban has been consumed, it should be
passed (triggered) to the source of supply to replenish it. This source of
supply is defined through the production flow activities to which the
Kanban is linked. Kanban rules in Finance and Operations are tied to
production flows as the foundation that defines the activities of a Kanban.
Kanban rules can be set up to support a variety of make-to-stock and
make-to-order scenarios.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Kanban boards
  • Configure a fixed Kanban rule
  • Process fixed Kanbans
  • Practice Labs
  • Module summary

You understood an overview of Kanbans and Kanban types, and learn how to
configure and process Fixed Kanban rules.

You learned how to configure and work with:

  • Kanban rules
  • Manufacturing Kanbans
  • Withdrawal Kanbans
  • Fixed quantity Kanbans

Module 4: Create and Process Event Kanban Rules

In this module we discuss the event kanbans and different ways to trigger
them.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Configure event Kanban rules
  • Configure sales, Kanban, stock replenishment and BOM line events
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

You learned how to configure and process event Kanban rules.

You learned how to configure and work with:

  • Kanban rules
  • Manufacturing Kanbans
  • Withdrawal Kanbans
  • Create and manage Sales line event Kanban
  • Create and manage BOM line event Kanban
  • You also understand sample scenarios for event kanbans processes and
    different event kanban types.

Module 5: Create and Process Scheduled Kanban Rules

The planned orders of type Kanban are created based on the Kanban rule and
follow the standard Master Planning logic and horizons. Master Planning
item coverage settings determine how the planned orders are created and
whether they are automatically or manually firmed. In this module we
discuss the scheduled kanbans in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Configure scheduled Kanban rules
  • Understand Kanban quantity calculations and circulation Kanbans
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

You learned how to configure and work with:

  • Kanban rules
  • Manufacturing Kanbans
  • Withdrawal Kanbans
  • Create and manage scheduled Kanban
  • Supply schedule
  • Kanban quantity calculations


Module 6: Configure Activity-Based Subcontracting and Production Flow
Costing

The basic principle of a production flow does not change when activities
are subcontracted using Finance and Operations; material still flows
between locations, process activities convert material to products, and
transfer activities move material or products from one location to another.
In Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, there are two approaches for
subcontracting: production orders and Lean manufacturing. The first
approach models the subcontracting work as a service that is related to an
activity of a production flow. A cost group type, direct outsourcing, is
required to be configured, so that the subcontracting services are not as
part of a BOM. The cost accounting of subcontracted work is completely
integrated in the new costing for manufacturing in Microsoft Dynamics 365
for Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Configure activity-based subcontracting
  • Understand production flow costing
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

In this lesson you learned how to:

  • Configure activity-based subcontracting
  • Configure production scheduling and subcontracting
  • Designate vendors as subcontractors
  • Configure production flow costing

Module 7: Course Conclusion

Final assessment and course summary, as well as a post-course survey for
the course.

Lessons

  • Final assessment
  • Course summary
  • Post-course survey

You will have completed the course.

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MB-320T03 Configure and use process manufacturing in Dynamics 365 for
Finance and Operations

This is 1-day course for Organizations use Dynamics 365 for Finance and
Operations to run smarter with connected operations, by selecting best-fit
manufacturing processes, improving operational procedures, simplifying
resource management, accelerating product delivery, and increasing quality
and customer satisfaction.

This course discusses how to configure and use process manufacturing in
Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations.

Prerequisites

Basic understanding of ERP, CRM concepts.

Course Outline

Module 1: Get Started with Process Manufacturing

This topic explains how to get started with the process manufacturing in
Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Understand process manufacturing
  • Understand formula management
  • Understand co-products and by-products
  • Configure approved vendors
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

In this module you learned:

  • Understand process manufacturing
  • Understand formula management
  • Understand co-products and by-products
  • Understand approved vendors


Module 2: Identify and Configure Batch Attributes for Process
Manufacturing

This topic explains how to configure batch attributes in Finance and
Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Identify and configure batch attributes
  • Create and configure catch weight items
  • Setup potency management
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

In this module you learned to:

  • Understand Batch Attributes
  • Identify and configure batch attributes
  • Understand Lot and Batch Control processes
  • Configure batch rework


Module 3: Configure Commodity Pricing and Product Compliance

This topic explains how to work with commodity pricing, and compliance in
Finance and Operations.

Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Configure commodity pricing
  • Configure product compliance
  • Practice labs
  • Module summary

In this module you learned to:

  • Configure commodity pricing
  • Configure product compliance

Module 4: Course conclusion

Final assessment and course summary, as well as a post-course survey for
the course.

Lessons

  • Final assessment
  • Course summary
  • Post-course survey

We look forward to your great success!

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32000MB-320: Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Manufacturing