There are some key differences to be aware of in the Purchase Order statuses and controls between Dynamics GP and Dynamics 365 for Operations.
Classes in Dynamics GP are a great tool to use when categorizing and configuring new customers, vendors, and inventory in GP. They allow you to default a variety of settings, rather than manually selecting the settings each time. When creating customers, vendors, and inventory in Dynamics 365 for Operations there are similar setup options to classes, however they are not an exact process match. Below is a breakdown of the main setup options in classes in GP vs. options in Operations.
If you are a user switching from Microsoft Dynamics GP to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations or vice versa, you are likely going to encounter terminology differences that will have you scratching your head in confusion as you attempt to decipher the various terms. To assist in your transitional journey, here is a brief rundown of some of the basic terminology differences that you may find helpful:
We recently migrated our company from Dynamics GP to Dynamics 365 for Operations. Since we have been a Dynamics GP provider for many years, we put together a project plan and split up tasks needed to migrate our existing data into the new D365 Operations system.