December 18th: Work Breakdown Structure in D365FO

does your system lack the details required to keep projects on schedule?

ARe you accurately estimating project staff, cost and time?

A Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is at the core of project planning and is a description of all the work that will be done for a project. Join us as our Senior Solution Architect, Rob Fitzpatrick, begins this exploration with an overview of the hierarchy of the tasks that represent the project team's understanding of the composition of work, along with the size, cost, and duration of each project task. 

Topics that will be covered in this WBS webinar include:

  • Learning how to set up your projects to use a Work Breakdown Structure and see the different options that will allow for an intuitive user experience
  • Exploring the project scheduling features of the Work Breakdown Structure
  • Diving into resource scheduling and management using the WBS
  • Getting insights on cost and effort against the WBS as actual transactions are posted in the system

Join us for this free webinar to explore these functionalities and more: 

Business Intelligence Create a Dashboard Watch a Demonstration

WBS scheduling & project management

Resource management & scheduling

Microsoft project integration

About the Author

Amanda Sherry

As the Director of Marketing for Western Computer, Amanda Sherry brings a decade of experience in marketing, public relations, and advertising. Through her career, she has worn many hats and gained a broad knowledge with a primary focus on brand identity, content strategy, digital marketing, and lead generation. She enjoys sharing her expertise and helping other marketers grow as a member of the Board of Directors for the Channel Marketing Alliance, a group founded by Dynamic Communities for channel marketers and channel partners.

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