Course 80263A:

Multi Site Operations in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009

Length:1 Days
Published:July 22, 2010
Language(s):English
Audience(s):Information Workers
Level:200
Technology:Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009
Type:Course
Delivery Method:Instructor-led (classroom)
About this Course
This one-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to set up and use all aspects of multisite functionality available for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009. This course demonstrates how to set up a consolidated company and its business units and how to perform a consolidation. The set up and use of the Intercompany Posting feature for companies that control more than one legal business entity is also described.
Audience Profile
This course is intended for individuals wanting to learn the basic features and to develop a working knowledge of the typical day-to-day procedures required to effectively use Multisite Operations in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009.

The class is targeted toward sales and purchase managers, salespeople and purchasers, and others in an organization responsible for the setup and administration of multisite functionality, including consolidation and intercompany postings.
At Course Completion
After completing this course, students should be able to:
  • Understand instructions for set up demo data.
  • Explain the required setup in the consolidated company and subsidiaries to perform consolidation.
  • Explain and set up Business Units and the Business Unit Cards.
  • Create Dimensions in Consolidations.
  • Explain the process of exporting data from business units located in other databases.
  • Explain the processes of testing consolidation data from business units.
  • Explain and run the batch jobs used to process consolidation.
  • Explain and demonstrate the process of preparing and posting consolidation elimination entries.
  • Explain and run consolidation reports after the consolidation is completed.
  • Review the IC feature and prepare the database to complete Intercompany Postings.
  • Explain the IC Partner Card and the process of setting up an intercompany partner.
  • Assign an IC partner to a customer and/or vendor.
  • Set up the centralized IC Chart of Accounts to be used for IC transactions.
  • Set up the centralized IC dimensions to be used for IC transactions.
  • Explain the IC Outbox and IC Inbox used to transfer IC transactions.
  • Demonstrate the process of creating an IC document.
  • Explain the process of sending an IC transaction to an IC partner.
  • Explain the process of receiving and accepting an IC transaction from an IC partner.
  • Review handled incoming and outgoing IC transactions.
  • Explain the process of rejecting an IC transaction from an IC partner.
  • Explain the process of returning and canceling a rejected IC transaction from an IC partner.
  • Process IC transactions using the IC General Journal.
Course OutlineModule 1: Consolidation
This module explains how to combine the financial statements of two or more subsidiaries into a consolidated financial statement. The consolidation process begins with setting up a consolidated company with business units. Then a consolidation file can be exported, tested, and imported in the consolidated company. Finally, the eliminations process needs to be completed before financial reporting can be performed.
Lessons
  • Set Up Demo Data for Consolidation
  • Set Up the Consolidation
  • Business Unit
  • Dimensions in Consolidations
  • Export Data for Consolidation
  • Test Data for consolidation
  • Process the consolidation
  • Process Consolidation Eliminations
  • Print Consolidation Reports
Lab : Set Up Business UnitsLab : Create a Consolidation Export FileLab : Test the consolidation DataLab : Correct the Consolidation DataLab : Consolidate the SubsidiariesLab : Print the Consolidated Trial Balance
After completing this module, students should be able to:
  • Perform the instructions for set up demo data.
  • Explain the required setup in the consolidated company and subsidiaries to perform consolidation.
  • Explain and set up Business Units and the Business Unit Cards.
  • Create Dimensions in Consolidations.
  • Explain the process of exporting data from business units located in other databases.
  • Explain the processes of testing consolidation data from business units.
  • Explain and run the batch jobs used to process consolidation.
  • Explain and demonstrate the process of preparing and posting consolidation elimination entries.
  • Explain and run consolidation reports a after the consolidation is completed.
Module 2: Intercompany Postings
The Intercompany (IC) Posting feature in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 helps companies that control more than one legal business entity.
When companies use Intercompany Postings, it simplifies the process of doing business with subsidiary and internal partner organizations.
Users enter Intercompany Posting transaction information once in the appropriate documents, and using that data, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 creates transactions in the appropriate companies. Mapping between the companies, charts of accounts, and dimensions facilitates the creation of these transactions.
Intercompany in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 describes the steps required to perform Intercompany Postings, beginning with setting up the companies as intercompany partners, called IC partners, and the central Chart of Accounts and Dimensions. Once setup is complete, IC users can process documents and journals.
Lessons
  • Intercompany Overview and Database Preparation
  • Set Up the Intercompany Partner
  • Assign IC Partners to Customers and Vendors
  • Set Up the Chart of Accounts for IC Transactions
  • Set Up Dimensions for IC Transactions
  • Set Up Default IC Partner G/L Accounts
  • IC Outbox and IC Inbox
  • Create an IC Document
  • Send IC Documents
  • Receive and Accept IC Documents
  • View Handled IC Inbox and C Outbox Transactions
  • Reject IC Documents
  • Return and Cancel IC Documents
  • Post an IC General Journal
  • Allocate Costs to IC Partners
Lab : Set Up an IC PartnerLab : Create an IC Partner VendorLab : Add an Account and Update the IC Chart of AccountsLab : Remove and Update IC DimensionsLab : Create an IC Sales DocumentLab : Send IC DocumentsLab : Accept an IC Document and Create a PurchaseLab : Delete a Handled IC TransactionLab : Reject an IC DocumentLab : Cancel a Rejected IC DocumentLab : Post and Send an IC General JournalLab : Allocate Service Costs to IC PartnersLab : Allocate Purchase Costs to IC Partners
After completing this module, students should be able to:
  • Review the IC feature and prepare the database to complete Intercompany Postings.
  • Explain the IC Partner Card and the process of setting up an intercompany partner.
  • Assign an IC partner to a customer and/or vendor.
  • Set up the centralized IC Chart of Accounts to be used for IC transactions.
  • Set up the centralized IC dimensions to be used for IC transactions.
  • Explain the IC Outbox and IC Inbox used to transfer IC transactions.
  • Demonstrate the process of creating an IC document.
  • Explain the process of sending an IC transaction to an IC partner.
  • Explain the process of receiving and accepting an IC transaction from an IC partner.
  • Review handled incoming and outgoing IC transactions.
  • Explain the process of rejecting an IC transaction from an IC partner.
  • Explain the process of returning and canceling a rejected IC transaction from an IC partner.
  • Process IC transactions using the IC General Journal.
Before attending this course, students must have:
  • General knowledge of Windows
  • Completed the Introduction in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 training or on-line Tutorials
  • Basic knowledge of consolidation and intercompany operations

In addition, it is recommended, but not required, that students have completed:
  • Application Setup in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 training
  • Finance in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 training
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