Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Finance Series

SKU: 90000
This course demonstrates of the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Finance Modules. This course is based on official Microsoft training on Finance I, II and Fixed Assets.
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    Course Length: 06 Hours 04 Minutes 38 Seconds
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    Course Outline

    Module 1: Legal Entity,Operating Units, Organization Hierarchy and Number Sequences
    This module discusses the following topics:
         Breadcrumb menu
        Action Pane, Tabs
        Different forms, List pages, detail Pages, fact boxes, preview pane, popup windows
        Fast Tabs and conventional Tab differences
        Rapid Overview of existing modules in Dynamics AX
        Focus on Organization Administration Common Area
        Create a new Legal Entity.
        Create or reuse Operating Units.
        Explain Legal entity form.
        Create organization hierarchy and explain briefly the policies and reporting in Dynamics AX and the organization hierarchy purpose such as central payment.
        explain the Number Sequence.

    Module 2:
    Setup of General Ledger, Multicurrency, Chart of Accounts, Account Structure, Cash and Bank Management and Journal Names
    This module discusses the following topics:
        Currency and Exchange Rate Setup
        Foreign Currency Revaluation
        Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable Exchange Rate Adjustments
         Periods and Fiscal Year Setup
        Financial Dimensions
        Financial Dimension Sets
        Period Allocations
        Main Account Categories
        Chart of Accounts
        Main Account Information
        Main Account Administration Information
        Main Account Setup Information
        Configuring Account Structures
        Advanced Rules
        Ledger Setup
        Accounts for Automatic Transactions
        Inquiries and Reports Related to the Chart of Accounts
        Bank Transaction Types
        Bank Transaction Groups
        Cash and Bank Management Parameters
        Bank Groups
        Bank Accounts
        Journal Setup
        Journal Controls
        Journal Descriptions
        Balance Control Accounts
        General Ledger Parameters

    Module 3: Accounts Payable Setup, Accounts Receivable Setup, Cash And Bank Management Daily Procedures, General Ledger Daily Procedures

    This module discusses the following topics:
        Vendor Groups
        Accounts Payable Posting Profiles
        Accounts Payable Vendors
        Customer Groups
        Accounts Receivable Posting Profiles
        Accounts Receivable Customers

        Deposit Slips
        General Ledger Journals
        Enter General Ledger Transactions
        Posting Multiple Journals
        Approval Journals
        Voucher Templates
        Periodic Journals
        General Ledger Transaction Reversal
        Reversing Entries - General Journals
        Inquire and View Reports on Daily Journal Transactions
        Payment Schedule
        Terms of Payment
        Payment Days
        Cash Discounts
        Payment Fee
        Methods of Payment
         Bridging Accounts
    Module 4: Accounts Payable Setup, Advanced Payments, Accounts Payable Daily Procedures
    This module discusses the following topics:
        Check Layout
         Create Checks
        Delete a Check
        Invoice Journals in Accounts Payable
        Invoice Register
        Invoice Approval Journal
        Vendor Invoice Pool Excluding Posting Details
        Invoice Journal
        Voucher Template
        Payment Journals
        Vendor Invoice
    Module 5: Accounts Receivable Daily Procedures, Financial Period Allocations and Accounting Distribution
    This module discusses the following topics:
       Free Text Invoice - Description and Usage
       Payment Journals
       Payment Pirority
       Cash Receipt
       Accounting Distribution
       Period Allocations
       Postdated Checks
       Subledger Journals
    Module 6: Budgeting, Use and Manage Budgets, Invoice Validation, Workflows and Comittment Accounting
    This module discusses the following topics:
       Purchase Order
       Auto Charges
       Charge Allocation
       Invoice Validation
       Two way and Three Way Matching
       Period Alloaction Keys
       Commitment Accounting
       Setup and use Budget
       Configuring Budget Control
       Budget Workflow
       Budget Reporting and Inquiries
       Budget Transaction Web Services

    Module 7: Cash Flow Management, Intercompany Accounting

    This module discusses the following topics:
        Relationship of Cash Flow to Other Modules
        Set Up Cash Flow Forecasting
        Define a Cash Flow Forecast Budget Model
        Create Cash Flow Transactions
        Calculate Cash Flow Transactions
        Budget effect on the Cash flow
        Post Intercompany Transactions
        Intercompany Posting Setup
        Post an Intercompany Transaction
        Trace an Intercompany Entry

    Module 8: Fixed Assets

    This module discusses the following topics:

        Fixed Assets Overview
        System Setup for Fixed Assets
        Fixed Assets Module Setup
        Depreciation Methods
        Depreciation Conventions
        Depreciation Books Overview
        Fixed Assets Form
        Set Up Assets
        Assign Bar Codes to Assets
        Asset Budgeting
        Typical Fixed Asset Transaction Types
        Record Acquisitions
        Create and Acquire Fixed Assets From Purchasing
        Record Depreciation
        Record Value Adjustments
        Record Disposals

    Before attending this course, students must have a working knowledge of the following products:
        Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2.
        Microsoft Windows 7.
        Microsoft SharePoint 2010 or 2013.
        Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2.
        Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services.
        Microsoft SQL Server Analytical Services.
        Microsoft Active Directory.
        Microsoft Internet Information Services.

    At Course Completion
    The goal of this course is to enable students to:

    Cover topics from three training materials; Financial I, II and the Fixed Asset. These workshops intended to be used for all tracks include, but are not limited to: Financial, supply chain, functional, technical and development tracks. This course prepares you for Microsoft Dynamics AX Finance Certification Exam.