DynamicsCon May 2024

Top 10 Security Gotchas in D365FO – Don’t be a Gotcha!

In this session, we will review the most common security-related mistakes companies make when upgrading or implementing Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. From who owns security, to who should implement it, and everything in between, we will provide proven project approaches that can keep your company off the ‘security gotcha’ list. The content of this session is geared toward an audience with beginner-level knowledge of the subject area.

Join me for an exciting event on the topic of using AI in the workplace, featuring Chat GPT, Microsoft Co-Pilot, and Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. We will explore the latest advancements in AI and how it is transforming the modern workplace. We will discuss the benefits, challenges, and ethical considerations of implementing AI responsibly. Join me for this exciting event and learn how AI can transform your business while maintaining ethical and responsible practices.

Using D365 Vendor collaboration, Power Portal App, Logic Apps and Dual Write along with Sealed Bidding to create an interactive portal for vendors to self-register, receive Request for Quote offerings and submit bids.

What is the difference between planning and scheduling? How do they interact? Where does Finite capacity fit in? Microsoft has significantly enhanced Scheduling functionality, especially the Release workbench, the Gantt chart, and the Dispatch list making the use solely of D365 for scheduling viable in a way it never was. Learn about all this capability and assess whether it is for you.

For different businesses when is one better than the other? What are the setup alternatives? How might they be used differently, how are overheads and indirect charges handled? What are the implications related to the new Landed Cost capabilities?

You are probably using Microsoft Teams in your organization and you are using Dynamics 365, but are you using Power Apps? In this session, we will look at how you can quickly build Power Apps to meet specific business requirements that expand on Dynamics 365. We will then connect Power Apps, Teams and Dynamics 365, so users can interact with the system without ever leaving Teams. No longer will you need to rely on a bunch of emails to get things done.

All AP Automation stories start with an inherent need to improve both the business process and the technology. This session explores the latest in AP tools that come from Native Microsoft applications. Based on recent releases and marketplace tools, we will navigate the possibility of this becoming a fully functional solution.

Join us in this session to get started with Power Automate Desktop Flows, Microsoft’s Robotic Process Automation solution. During this session we will take a tour of the Power Automate Desktop application interface and capabilities, look at the available controls and discuss some of the basic concepts around Robotic Process Automation.

We will show you in a step-by-step demo how you can record user actions such as mouse clicks, keyboard use, and data entry, and then replay those actions to automate this process.

Join us in this session as we deploy and explore the components of the Power Platform Center of Excellence Starter Kit.

The Microsoft Power Platform CoE Starter Kit is a collection of components and tools that are designed to help you get started with developing a strategy for adopting and supporting Microsoft Power Platform, with a focus on Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power Virtual Agents.

Material Handling Interface to the rescue! Learn how to integrate D365 Warehouse Management into your existing material handling software using the Material Handling Interface, Logic App,s and some fun tips and tricks experienced on-the-ground.

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