May 17, 2019
Food Product Recall: saving time, costs and reputation
I recently attended the Food Safety and Compliance Conference in Auckland. When speaking with other delegates, it was clear that focusing attention on managing food traceability and recall processes was of great importance. Many of those in attendance were keen to find out more about the tools and systems available to manage these processes too. In this blog I’ll be laying out recall in NZ and reducing time, costs and protecting your reputation during a recall scenario. Written by Yuko Saito from Theta's ERP and Business Solutions team.
April 13, 2018
Directions Asia 2018 Bangkok: MVPs report back
Directions is the biggest Microsoft Dynamics NAV conference in the world, and was held for the second time in Asia, on 15th and 16th March in Bangkok. It’s an independent conference for Microsoft Dynamics partners from the ERP and CRM channels focusing on the small and medium-sized business (SMB) market, organised by partners, with the help of Microsoft.
March 16, 2018
NAVTip #7: Controlling the Unposted Document Warning
The unposted document warning was introduced as a new feature in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017. Whenever a user opens or enters a document, such as a Sales Invoice or Purchase Invoice, and then closes the window without posting the document, Microsoft Dynamics NAV warns that the document had not been posted, and asks if they would still like to close the document page.
October 27, 2017
Microsoft Dynamics NAV = Microsoft Dynamics 365- Tenerife
At this month’s Directions EMEA conference in Madrid, we saw the exciting future of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, where the best features of cloud and on premises versions come together. Here our Head of ERP, Joerg Rau, shares some of the key announcements from the conference.
April 10, 2017
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Field Service and Project Service working together: that “Ah-ha” moment
That “Ah-ha” moment happened when I saw Microsoft Dynamics 365 Field Service and Project Service working together harmoniously. It really came to life when we added some real data to the system for the first time.