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Webinar: Automated Validation Testing of Dynamics 365

Sep 18, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Although today’s Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations ERP system has achieved significant technological advances, validation is still conducted by many today as a very manual process. In this session, we will take a deep dive into the principles of lean validation testing and discuss how you can fully automate the Dynamics 365 validation process. We will explore automated requirements management and test script linking, automated validation test script capture and execution, electronic document route/review/approval, automated risk management and much more. You will not want to miss this event if you are seeking to deploy Dynamics 365—or already have deployed the system and seek to maintain the validated state.

Join us on Wednesday, September 20 at 1:00 PM EST for the conclusion of our cloud validation webcast series, Automated Validation Testing of Dynamics 365, where we will cover validation planning, strategies and best practices. If you're unable to join us at that time, go ahead and register—we'll send you a recording of the webcast after the call. 

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Introducing Microsoft Dynamics 365

Dec 2, 2016 10:58:20 AM

By Marielena Zajac, Marketing Specialist

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Fullscope EDGE for AX Achieves Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) Certification Status

Nov 11, 2015 1:19:26 PM

Fullscope EDGE for AX is now certified by Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC), a leading provider of independent software research, evaluation tools and selection services. EDGE for AX completed the certification program which included a scripted product demonstration session and benchmarking analysis with a TEC research analyst.

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Without a trace.....

Jan 2, 2014 2:00:15 PM

In earlier posts here and here, we talked about how social media is changing the game when it comes to consumer recalls. I just took a peek at the FDA enforcement report in my inbox, and all I can say is that it will help motivate my January diet resolutions… Today, let’s take a look at another key part of the recall readiness toolkit: traceability. Over on FoodDive, the Traceability playbook describes six key advantages of implementing a comprehensive, modern traceability system:
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A Help or Hindrance: Is Your ERP System Built for Your Industry? Part 2

Dec 17, 2013 2:00:58 PM

Part Two: Manufacturing Processes & Production Requirements

Batch processing is one of the simplest manufacturing processes. In some cases, companies using discrete ERP applications to run their businesses are forced to use work-arounds to solve process issues. In batch processing, the company can use either a bill of materials or a formula. However, discrete BOM-based applications have limitations, including units of measure (UOM), material/routing relationships, variable consumption, percentage-based formulations, step consumption, variable output and unplanned co- and by-products.

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​A Help or Hindrance: Is Your ERP System Built for Your Industry? Part 1

Dec 17, 2013 2:00:55 PM

Part One: Types of Manufacturers

“ERP for Manufacturing” is a broad term. Each industry has very different requirements, and process manufacturers in particular are quite diverse when it comes to actual operational processes. When evaluating enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications, most of the differentiation occurs in the manufacturing process, and not all ERP systems handle all industry requirements. In fact, very few do.

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Compliance Requires a Solid ERP Foundation

Dec 10, 2010 2:00:45 PM

​​​​​​​Companies in pharmaceutical and life sciences manufacturing share a technology requirement for a strong enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to enforce the common principles of validation projects. The goal of these validation projects is to demonstrate consistent, secure and traceable transactions for any product throughout all stages of its lifecycle. By examining three key pillars of applications validation, the importance of the underlying ERP system becomes evident.

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