If you are working in an organization as a functional consultant or you are a business user and have a deep knowledge of manufacturing industry standards, but need to deepen your skills and get experience in customizing and utilizing Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, then the Microsoft Certified: Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing Functional Consultant Associate certification is for you. The certified professionals collaborate with developers, project managers, solution architects, and functional consultants in the sphere of commerce, finance, and supply chain. This Microsoft designation can be obtained by passing two exams MB-300 and MB-320.
If you plan to enroll in the certification process and want to succeed from the first attempt, then visit the Microsoft Learn training platform first, to study the material compiled for supply chain management, manufacturing modules, take the official training courses for the MB-300 and MB-320 evaluations, find a tutor who will guide you through the topics and tips to crack them, find other experts and certified candidates and ask them questions.
Speaking of the topics covered in these two exams, they are the following ones:
Exam MB-300 is about Microsoft Dynamics 365 Core Finance and Operations. This evaluation checks your proficiency in description of finance and operations apps, the usage of Microsoft Power Platform technologies. To pass this exam, you should be able to support solutions, deal with administrative features and workflows, and maintain operations and finance data.
The exam covers four topics each of which is divided into four parts. First of all, the exam will check your skills in describing finance and operations apps by implementing Microsoft Power Platform technologies. It means that you should be competent in working with general apps, their functionality, and features. In addition, you should be able to extend app functionality by implementing such Microsoft Power Platform technologies, as Power BI, Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, to name a few.
Then, you should be skilled in configuring administrative workflows and features. Within this topic, you should be able to work with security, business events, workflows, as well as administration features. Next, you should be proficient in describing the migration process, preparing data, and carrying out its migration to operations and finance apps. Finally, you should possess skills to prove and support solutions, which implies that you are able to test them and utilize Lifecycle Services tools.
The MB-320 exam is dedicated to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management and Manufacturing. This exam checks your skills in configuring Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management and Manufacturing, operating manufacturing processes, applying master planning for production, as well as other manufacturing features. Thus, in this exam, you should be able to operate the production control module and resources for production processes, configure process, lean, and discrete manufacturing. Then, you should demonstrate your skills in operating different types of orders, such as batch, Kanban, and production. Your skills to operate master planning, carry out production capacity planning will also be measured. The other skills tested in this exam include setting up manufacturing, providing pricing policy, creating product configuration models by implementing Product Configurator.
As for the details, each exam contains 40-60 questions of various types and lasts for 120 minutes. The exact number of questions, as well as their types, will be known at the exam. So, be ready to deal with hot spot, mark review, multiple choice, active screen, build list items, to name a few. For each test, you will pay $165 of the exam fee and need to score at least 700 points out of 1000.
According to the Indeed website, the certified professionals with the Microsoft Certified: Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing Functional Consultant Associate can earn from $98,000 to $124,000 per year.