Core User Boot Camp for Finance and Operations

Duration: 4 Days

Summary

Core User Boot Camp for Finance and Operations is an instructor-led course which provides a key step for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations administrators and customizers who are beginning or advancing their knowledge of Finance and Operations. This course will focus on the core out-of-the-box capabilities while driving understanding surrounding the competencies needed for attendees to be impactful for their organization. This fast-paced course covers the latest and greatest in Microsoft new feature releases to ensure that attendees are empowered to leverage the full capabilities of their organization’s Dynamics 365 environment.

Participants

This course is designed to support individuals who will be administering or configuring Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. This course provides attendees who have limited or no exposure to Finance and Operations a breadth understanding of the solution. Those who are migrating from a previous version of Microsoft Dynamics AX, ERP, or database solution will find value in learning new features and functionality of the most recent release. This course is not recommended for end users.

Topics Covered
  • Basics & Navigation, System Topography, LCS Overview
  • Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), System Maintenance, and Basic Reporting
  • Basic Power BI, Basic Security, Office Add-In/Integration
  • Org Administration, Workflows
  • Mobile App, User Level Customizations

Recommended Prerequisites

Prerequisites are recommendations, and while not required, they are highly advised to ensure a successful learning experience:

  • Understanding of data or relational databases is helpful
  • Exposure to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is helpful, but not necessary

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