D365F&O – Community Driven Engineering – Kurt Hatlevik – Dynamics 365 Blog

I have previously blogged about the importance of reporting new ideas, issues and bugs to Microsoft, and also why the community will benefit from sharing. I have often experienced that experienced engineers often have the solution available and are more than willing to give it for free to get the fixed-up code into the standard solution.

But the formalized support path does require time…

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D365F&O – Community Driven Engineering – Kurt Hatlevik – Dynamics 365 Blog

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Kurt Hatlevik
Kurt Hatlevik
Executive consultancy, implementation and strategies based on Dynamics 365. Particularly interested in retail, rf, label printing, warehouse management, automated intercompany supply chains, logistics and production. Have been working with Dynamics Ax since 1998. Awarded Microsoft MVP for 2012-2017

Specialties: RF, BarTender, Retail, Warehouse, and advanced supply-chain logistics.

Author: Kurt Hatlevik

Executive consultancy, implementation and strategies based on Dynamics 365. Particularly interested in retail, rf, label printing, warehouse management, automated intercompany supply chains, logistics and production. Have been working with Dynamics Ax since 1998. Awarded Microsoft MVP for 2012-2017 Specialties: RF, BarTender, Retail, Warehouse, and advanced supply-chain logistics.

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