Learn the Fundamentals of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance

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Business Owner
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Dynamics 365
Finance

New to Dynamics 365? This five-part series introduces you to the basic concepts of enterprise resource management, what they share in common, and each of the Dynamics 365 finance and operations apps. Start with this learning path to find out about Dynamics 365 Finance.

Prerequisites

You should have a fundamental understanding of financial principles and business operations. An understanding of cloud computing is helpful, but isn't necessary.

Modules in this learning path

This module discusses the general capabilities shared by the Microsoft Dynamics 365 finance and operations apps, including built-in reporting and integration with other Microsoft products, such as Microsoft Excel, Power BI, Word and Teams.

This module introduces you to the core capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance, including a discussion of legal entities, the approach for managing regional tax reporting requirements, and cost accounting concepts.

This module explores the capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance to manage the accounting processes for classifying, sorting, storing, and summarizing a company's assets, liabilities, and financial transactions.

This module explores the capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance to manage the accounting processes involved in paying vendors or suppliers for good or services received and receiving payments for goods and services delivered.

Explore cash and bank management, discover the core functionality of expense management in Dynamics 365 Project Operations, and learn how to manage fixed assets and review the budgeting capabilities of Dynamics 365 Finance.