AP Automation in Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain

As a solution architect, prospects and clients often ask me for ways to improve their Accounts Payable process.  They receive hundreds of invoices every month, and it can take considerable amount of time to enter all of the detail as well as attaching the invoice for reference during the approval process.  This is an area where we have often needed to bring in an ISV solution, but that could cause other issues.  Microsoft has been doing considerable work around automation for AP and they recently released a public preview of their Invoice Capture solution. I have had the opportunity to set this up in one of my test environments so I could get an idea of what they have to offer.  As we would expect, the Invoice Capture solution is built on the Power Platform.  It uses a model driven Power App along with Power Automate Flows to integrate with Dynamics 365 Finance.  However, since it is a solution, they have done much of the work for you, including creating the standard flows to load the

Changes are coming...

I will be the first to admit, I do not blog that much.  Unfortunately, work and life sometimes get in the way.  As we start 2021, I am going to make an effort to add more to this blog.  With this increased effort in blogging, I will also be increasing the topics that I will cover.  While I will still be covering Business Intelligence and Power BI, I will also be covering topics on Power Platform and Microsoft Dynamics 365.

With this change, I am also going to move the blog to a new address www.danscorner.info.   This change will take place very soon.  Keep checking back for the new posts, and if you have some areas you would like me to cover, feel free to add a comment below.  

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