This is the last post in the series that I have been writing about the various options for Warehousing available in MS Dynamics NAV. We have explored the basic warehousing terminologies, various levels of management available within Dynamics NAV and various warehousing processes that are affected with the level of management chosen.

Here are the links to my previous posts in the same series:

Warehousing – Basic Terminologies
Warehousing – Various Conceptual Models
Warehousing – Outbound Orders Processing
Warehousing – Inbound Orders Processing

In this blog, we will examine production processes from a warehousing perspective. Warehouse Shipments and Receipts are no longer relevant as these are only used for inbound and outbound orders.

The consumption of raw materials, components and subassemblies can be summarised as:

Raw Materials, Components and Subassemblies Consumption Summary

Raw Materials, Components and Subassemblies Consumption Summary

The process for recording output and manufacturing process time can be summarised as:

Recording Output and Manufacturing Process Summary

Recording Output and Manufacturing Process Summary

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Written By Ruby Usman

Having completed a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA, Ruby spent several years working in I.T. before becoming a NAV specialist in 2000. Ruby has worked on numerous implementations involving finance, manufacturing, warehousing and service. She joined Fenwick Software in 2010. Ruby manages the blog and is a mentor to some of our junior staff.

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