Information came out in fire-hose volume. Among the wave of information are changes to Dynamics 365 Financial & Operations, which will come to market from now through September. That system has a new navigation bar, which is described as being more in line with the Microsoft Office screen-design. Capabilities include continuous service updates, backwards compatible with applications and customizations. Improvements to core functions include expense usability, billing schedules, and enterprise asset management. There was a distinct emphasis on international operations—an often-requested feature that is being added is bank foreign currency revaluation. Also available are features for compliance with IFRS 15 and for responding to the guidance on accounting for revenue recognition on contracts. For Dynamics 365 Business Central, Bill Kramer, director of product marketing, said Microsoft has “has enriched the unified experience” with 365 CRM and has provided new capabilities for extension and life cycle management. Users can save list files and other personalizations through List Views, which roam with users. Microsoft has also introduced QuickEntry, which enables users to skip nonessential fields, and has rewritten how rows are displayed, improving display time. With improved trouble-shooting features, power users can inspect any page, revealing all content of records, including fields that aren’t shown on the page.Last modified on Friday, 05 April 2019
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Microsoft has introduced a broad enhancement to Dynamics 365 in one of two scheduled releases for the year. In a webcast, James Phillips, corporate VP of business applications, noted an overall emphasis on artificial intelligence and connectivity.