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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Administration by Marco Carvalho

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Chapter 10. Alerts and Notifications

With the level of complexity and data that is processed in an ERP system, it can be quite difficult and cumbersome for an individual to monitor specific data manually. More importantly, specific personnel may want to be notified when specific criteria are met on a record or item, so they can act accordingly to make critical, timely decisions. Staying informed real-time is not only a nice benefit but it is critical.

For example, a controller or an accounting manager may need to be notified when a payment is due. A warehouse manager may want to be notified when delivery dates have changed, or a CEO or CFO may want to know when sales targets have decreased below margins. The earlier mentioned are just a few examples ...

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