New 2 NAV | Supply Chain Management


NEW86 - Warehouse Management in Dynamics NAV: Choices and Implications

Wednesday, October 11
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Room: Ryman Ballroom A

Format: Presentation
Level: Basic
CPE: 1
Version: Any

Using Warehouse Management inside Dynamics NAV presents many choices with significant implications. Where do you start? We'll lay it all out in a straight-forward fashion so you know how best to proceed. We will review the various levels of NAV Warehouse Management, demonstrating inside NAV how transactions are handled in each level, and what design limitations you may encounter. Inventory Pick, Warehouse Shipment, Directed Pick and Put-away are all terms you must understand before embarking on a Warehouse project - we'll cover all of them and more. After the demo you'll hear real-world thoughts from a fellow user, for those of you kicking the tires on warehousing, and of course, there will be time for Q&A.

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Jim Augenstein

Channel Manager
Lanham Associates

Jim Augenstein – Channel Sales Manager, Lanham Associates®
Jim has been selling and implementing business systems since 1995. After spending a few years in the U.S. Navy, he earned degrees in accounting and information systems. Starting first as an operations manager in consumer products companies, Jim joined a small technology firm delivering solutions based on what were then known as Solomon and Great Plains switching to Dynamics NAV in 1996. He has been overheard to say the he “has NAV tattooed on his backside” – he is a strong Microsoft Dynamics NAV advocate. Joining Lanham in 2010, Jim helps both Dynamics partners and end-users understand how Lanham Associates supply chain solutions will benefit their business.


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Anthony Darden

Director of IT

The first 18 years of my career was in application development (AcuCOBOL, RM-COBOL, PHP, Visual Basic, C#, jQuery) and system implementations. I designed Windows solutions for the foodservice industry, communicating with legacy Unix and AS/400 systems.

In December of 2012, I joined Caplugs during the early months of their NAV 3.7 to NAV 2009 R2 reimplementation. Since that time, we have upgraded to NAV 2013, 2015 and underway with 2017. Microsoft's innovation, ease of upgrading and incorporation of user group ideas has kept NAV fresh and exciting and I don't see that going away.

I look forward to sharing my experiences at the 2017 NAVUG Summit in Nashville, meeting others within this growing community, and leaving with valuable insights and fresh ideas for my company.


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