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13 January 2012

Intercompany timesheets

by Patrik Luca 2 comments


Finally, entering  hours on a project in another legal entity will become possible in Dynamics AX 2012, according to a Technet article.

I haven’t tried it yet, but it sounds great:

The intercompany timesheet feature in Microsoft Dynamics AX makes it possible for a worker who is employed by one legal entity to enter timesheet hours for work performed on projects in a different legal entity, without having to be employed by the legal entity that is managing the project.

The legal entity that employs the worker is called the loaning legal entity. The legal entity that manages the project for which the worker contributes hours is called the borrowing legal entity.

In addition to a cost price, which the loaning legal entity incurs by using the worker, and the sales price, which the customer pays the borrowing legal entity, the intercompany timesheet feature includes a transfer price, which is the amount that the borrowing legal entity pays to the loaning legal entity for the use of its worker.

Comments 2 comments
Steven said...

Hey Patrik, that does sounds nice. I can't wait to get my hands on it myself too.

Avinash Patalay said...

hi patrick

have you explored the option of posting AP expenses against a project residing in other legal entity? its a CU7 feature.

Patrik Luca, Ieper, BELGIUM
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