I will be running a Trade & Logistics Bootcamp in June. These are the three courses recommended for the Trade & Logistics Certification for Dynamics AX 2009.
The course details are as follows:
If you would like to register anyone to go on these courses please let me know as soon as possible, at the latest by Friday 30th April. The courses will be cancelled if the minimum number have not confirmed with me by that date. You will be charged a subsidised cost of only $250 per person per day. These courses will be held at Microsoft in Auckland. Participants will need to bring along their own laptop with a copy of the Dynamics AX Refresh 2 Demo Virtual image installed. Lunch will be provided.
Details of the courses are as follows (links go to PartnerSource):
Trade and Logistics I in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009, provides individuals with the necessary tools and resources to perform basic tasks in the trade and inventory flow in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009. This training material shows how to work with sales and purchase orders, post sales and purchase transactions, manage customer and vendor returns, and item arrival and picking. The training material also explains how to manage inventory and use quarantine management. Additionally, the training material shows how to assign, manage, and trace serial and batch numbers and how to allow for over/under delivery of both sales and purchases and assign miscellaneous charges.
The Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Trade & Logistics II training introduces advanced Trade & Logistics functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009. Series 2 builds on information taught in Series 1 that serves as an introduction to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Trade & Logistics functionality. Series 2 covers Item Reservations, Customer and Vendor Trade Agreements, Request For Quote, Purchase Requisition, Sales Quotation, Quality Management, Transfer Orders, Commissions, Inventory Journals and Inventory Reports.
This training material provides individuals with the knowledge and skills to work with Bills of Materials in a non-production environment.