Length
4 Days
Price
$3,300
Audience
Beginner, Business Analyst
On Demand
$1,600
This Revision
MB-320T00
Technology
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations
Delivery Method
Instructor Led Classroom and On Demand
Language
English

MB-320T00: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing

 

This course discusses manufacturing in the Dynamics 365 suite of apps: discrete manufacturing, lean manufacturing, and production


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.

 

Course Schedule

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  • Virtual and Live - Attend a live class and instructor from the comfort of your home or office

Mar 9th | Mar 23rd

  • On Demand - 180 Days Access - Self-paced (Learn in your own time)

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Module 1: Get Started with Production Control


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

Lessons


    Introduction
    Compare discrete, lean and process manufacturing
    Configure production control for unified manufacturing
    Understand capacity planning
    General ledger and production control module
    Practice labs
   

 

Summary


Discrete, lean, and process manufacturing methodologies

    Unified manufacturing
    How to configure production control for unified manufacturing
    Capacity planning
    Inter connectivity between the General ledger and the Production control modules
    Production pools

 

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


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

 

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


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.

 

Lessons


    Introduction
    Understand the costing sheet
    BOM calculation and analyze costing sheet
   

 

Module summary


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


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

 

The terminology that is important for understanding the concepts and processes

    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: 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


Understand Lean manufacturing

    Understand Lean concepts and terminology

Module 9: 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


Configure parameters

    Configure value streams
    Create Production Flows
    Configure lean manufacturing work cells

Module 10: 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

    How to configure and process Fixed Kanban rules
    Kanban rules
    Manufacturing Kanbans
    Withdrawal Kanbans
    Fixed quantity Kanbans


Module 11: 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


Configure and process event Kanban rules

    Kanban rules
    Manufacturing Kanbans
    Withdrawal Kanbans
    Create and manage sales line event Kanban
    Create and manage BOM line event Kanban
    You understand sample scenarios for event kanban processes and different event kanban types

Module 12: 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


Configure and work with Kanban rules

    Configure and work with Manufacturing Kanbans
    Configure and work with Withdrawal Kanbans
    Configure and work with Create and manage scheduled Kanban
    Configure and work with Supply schedule
    Configure and work with Kanban quantity calculations

 

Module 13: 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


Configure activity-based subcontracting

    Configure production scheduling and subcontracting
    Designate vendors as subcontractors
    Configure production flow costing


Module 14: Get Started with Process Manufacturing


This topic explains how to get started with 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


Understand process manufacturing

    Understand formula management
    Understand co-products and by-products
    Understand approved vendors

Module 15: 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


Understand Batch Attributes

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

Module 16: 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


Configure commodity pricing

    Configure product compliance

Module 17: Use Warehouse Management for Manufacturing


The objectives of this module are to review the interaction between manufacturing and warehouse reservations, review setup of item model groups to utilize manufacturing and warehousing and discuss the rules related to the reservation of items using both process manufacturing and warehousing.

 

Lessons


    Introduction
    Prepare warehouse management for manufacturing
    Use warehouse management for manufacturing
   

 

Module summary


Understand production waves

    Create wave templates for production orders
    Direct raw material route operations
    Review of how to configure and use mobile devices with process production
    Reserve raw materials
    Release production orders
    Process a production pick
    Process a production report as finished
    Set up for batch orders
    Process batch orders
    Review batch orders with potency
    Review batch orders with co-products and by-products
    Work with locations for finished goods
    Input locations for resource consumption

Module 18: Course Conclusion


Wrap up manufacturing

 

Lessons


    Final assessment
    Course summary

Prerequisites

This course is intended for Power Users, Technical students, Administrators and Developers.

Although not compulsory, it is recommended that students attend the prerequisite course ‘Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics 365’

This course is intended for Power Users, Technical students, Administrators and Developers.