Landed cost management solution updated: the planning feature

Advanced and Flexible Landed Cost Management Solution for Dynamics 365 Finance/AX is one of the most wanted applications for retail, trade, distribution, and manufacturing companies that import lots of goods worldwide. The solution significantly reduces the time of landed cost (miscellaneous charges*) allocation process. Furthermore, from now on it has one more highly requested feature – the ability to plan landed costs. 

In particular, now the solution empowers the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance users to enter planned landed cost before actual landed cost invoices are received. With the help of this feature, users can have more control over the budget and quickly notice even the slightest deviation.

New feature allows to:

  • group purchase orders into load;
  • set up the settings of planned costs;
  • automatically add planed landed costs to load’s;
  • form and register documents of planned landed costs;
  • match planned and actual landed costs;
  • compare and analyze planned and actual landed costs difference;
  • see clear and accurate item cost and cash flow.

See all solution functionalities here.

Landed cost management solution is also available in Microsoft Appsource. 

The ability to plan the landed costs posting is a small but important step in your typical landed cost allocation process. However, the use of this feature isn’t mandatory, thus it can be easily skipped if irrelevant to your company.

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*in Microsoft Dynamics 365 terminology, the landed costs are called miscellaneous charges.

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