Excerpts from an Interview with Kirill Tartarinov during
Microsoft Convergence Conference, 2013 on his journey with Microsoft Dynamics and how Microsoft Dynamics products have been lined up for the future
One of the things on Kirill Tatarinov's radar when he became president of Microsoft Business Solutions some six years ago was figuring out how to turn Microsoft Dynamics into a "profit engine" for the company. "I saw an opportunity” says Kirill Tatarinov
Kirill Tatarinov, President of Microsoft Business Solutions
Series 5 of 6:
Here’s Part 5 of Joel’s AX 2012 video blog (see Video 1 , 2, 3 & 4). In this edition, Joel shows us how to create time and material prepayments and fixed priced milestone setups. Prepayments are sometimes required for time and material project invoicing and accounting; and milestones are always required for fixed price project invoicing. He tells us how these both aspects are handled very similarly in Dynamics AX.
“We wanted a solution that matched our business model,” says Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Marcus McGarity, WHPacific. “We also wanted to have a more complete solution that could consolidate the disparate systems we relied on for project management, financials, CRM, and human resources.”
Series 4 of 6:
Fourth in the Project setup series, this video explains how to set up - ‘Hourly Sales price’. Joel demonstrates how to set up billing rates at a worker and project level as well as how exceptions (such as discount pricing) can be setup based on set parameters.
Series 3 of 6:
Here’s Part 3 of Joel’s AX 2012 video blog (see Video 1 & Video 2). Here Joel shows us how to create and manage the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and activities in AX 2012. On how activities can be used to further divide costs and revenue for a project, and how WBS is also used with activity based Resource planning.