Technical (IT, Developer, System Admin)
Format: Deep Dive
Working with Assets is important and can cause a lot of heartburn! This session will show you how Data Import Export Framework (DIEF) can help you acquire Assets with your General Journal. You will learn how to creatively set up worksheet templates and load your Asset information right into Microsoft Dynamics AX. We will also show you how to do a depreciation entry so that the netbook value of assets ties back to your legacy system for easy viewing. It’s hot! Data Import Export Framework (DIEF) is a handy tool when you work on importing assets. During this session, you will learn how to define requirements, create DIEF and Excel templates, load and import required data (including Depreciation Profiles, Asset Condition, etc.), and more. We will also do a step-by-step walkthrough of planning a smooth and easy DIEF import.
AX Practice Manager
Donald Hilton has worked with Dynamics AX for over 10 years. He began as an end user and helped his company complete a 7 company implementation. Starting his work in Dynamics AX as a developer, but transitioned to a functional role as a consultant.
Donald graduated from California State University San Bernardino with a degree in Business Administration and a concentration in Information Management. He broadened his skill base with further education in Network Administration and Dynamics AX certifications.
Donald has worked on a variety of projects types, including manufacturing, chemicals, retail and services. His roles have varied as needed to cover finance, trade and logistics, project accounting and manufacturing. He has works on versions 4.0 to the current version of Dynamics AX, Dynamics 365 for Operations.
He is currently the Product Manager at InterDyn BMI for Dynamics AX and Dynmaics 365. He leads a successful team of AX consultants and developers. Not wanting to be too far from the action he keeps his skills sharp as the Solution Architect for his team. Donald Hilton lives outside of Madison, Wisconsin.
Tuesday, May 9
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM