Lasernet til Dynamics 365 for Operations
With several 365 implementations of Lasernet, at Tabellae we have amassed a fairly extensive knowledge of shortcuts (and detours) when it comes to setting up external documents.
Tabellae have quite a few ongoing projects on D365fO. This applies to both local and global projects. At the same time, we have updated our Tabellae Best Practice Packages to fit D365fO, which otherwise has much in common with Dynamics AX2012 when it comes to data structures and reports.
Great integration options
Lasernet Output Management is standard software for designing, formatting and distributing outgoing documents, reports and statements such as invoices, quotes, picking lists and labels. The solution replaces coding directly in the ERP system.
Coding documents yourself is expensive
Everything that comes out of an ERP system is output. ERP systems are designed primarily to process and display data on screens. The weakest link in ERP development is typically the creation of physical or electronic documents.
The business system’s integrated Output Management feature, which supports printing and document management, typically has major functional limitations and is complex, inflexible and time-consuming to manage. And, which is worse, when the system is later upgraded, the work is typically lost because coding is done directly in the ERP system.
Close integration in Azure
Lasernet has a close integration with Dynamics 365fO. Unlike Dynamics AX 2012, this integration is "physically" located in the cloud, Azure.
This also means that a number of standard Azure technologies are also used in Lasernet for the Dynamics solution, including:
- Load Balancing
- Fail Over
- Traffic Management
The standard package includes components and multiple servers that support this.
Integration with ON-Premise documents and data
Lasernet is compatible with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations and integrates with any IT system, including CRM systems, ERP systems and SQL databases. The Lasernet solution can also integrate Azure outputs "cloud print" with data and appendices from other systems in the Cloud or on the ground, "land-data". Thus, intelligent documents can be created, merged and distributed automatically before they reach the recipient (the customer.
The connector provides integration with Dynamics to ensure:
- that no programming must be done in Dynamics
- that genuine Preview and Archive is available in Dynamics
- that distribution rules and flow can be set up in Dynamics and
- that all business logic remains in Dynamics
Tabellae Best Practice Packages for Dynamics 365fO contains:
- Lasernet standard software
- Lasernet D365fO Azure connector
- Best Practice* package from Tabellae
- Document pack - with 14 predefined layouts
- Distribution Setup for OIO, print, email, EDI
- Electronic archive and Preview (PDF)
- Template management of multiple accounts
- Validation and management of electronic formats
- Barcode Management / Labels / graphs
Formpipe develops, Tabellae implements
Lasernet is developed by Formpipe, who delivers IT systems which automate, digitize and streamline workflows. As a subsidiary of Swedish Formpipe Software AB, Formpipe is listed on Nasdaq OMX in Stockholm. Formpipe focuses on the development of standard software, while Tabellae provides expertise in implementation, training, practical use and optimum utilization of Lasernet by customers. Tabellae handles the distribution and implementation of Lasernet in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland.
See our Lasernet for Dynamics 365 fO brochure.
Read more here: Tabellae Best Practice Packages
More customer cases here: Lasernet customers
See brief introduction to the Tabellae Best Practice package for Dynamics AX