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Managing Customer Returns and RMAs Using Microsoft Dynamics AX
Returned material authorization (RMA) built on sales order functionality, such as that used by Microsoft Dynamics AX, can drastically simplify RMA processes.

example authorization  normal sales orders. For example, you can configure a custom product as the replacement item; create a production order to repair a returned item; create a direct delivery purchase order for sending the replacement from a vendor; identify the replacement components of a manufactured item; and identify supplemental items that should be included with the replacement item. Further explanation will employ the terms returned order and replacement order for these two sales orders associated with an RMA. The

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