15 days of NAV dimensionsPosted: March 11, 2013 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Account Schedules, Convergence, CustomerSource, dimensions, Dynamics, NAV, NAV 2013, tips and tricks 1 Comment
March Madness may mean basketball for some folks, but for me it means Convergence! Getting a chance to participate as a speaker at Microsoft Dynamics Convergence is a great opportunity to meet new NAV users I haven’t met before. I’m always looking to expand my network of knowledgeable professionals, and one of the ways I do that is by sharing information.
I’m lucky enough to be giving a concurrent session this year called Tips & Tricks for Working with Dimensions in Microsoft Dynamics NAV and I thought I would put together a series for the blog on the same topic to get the information out to a wider audience. For the next 15 days, there will be a brand new post on one of these dimension topics. Enjoy!
Day 1 4 questions to ask when deciding how to use NAV dimensions in your business
Day 2 5 reasons you need to use NAV dimensions
Day 3 The finance professional’s perspective on NAV dimensions
Day 4 Why finance and IT need to work in partnership on a NAV dimension strategy
Day 5 Viewing NAV dimensions on postings: where can you see them?
Day 6 NAV default dimensions and value postings applied to master data
Day 7 NAV default dimensions and value postings on the chart of accounts
Day 8 NAV dimension combinations for additional accuracy
Day 9 NAV dimension priorities
Day 10 Resolving NAV dimension errors
Day 11 NAV dimensions in account schedules
Day 12 NAV dimensions in budgets and consolidations
Day 13 Communicating to IT about NAV dimensions and NAV2013 dimension sets
Day 14 Add NAV dimensions as your business changes
Day 15 Learning more about dimensions from Microsoft Dynamics Customer Source
BONUS View Convergence 2013 session on Microsoft Dynamics NAV dimensions here
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Kari, you are the queen of dimensions.