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What considerations should I have in mind when using large number of product records in the D365 for Sales? We are planning to have several thousands of them and use Quote. Thank you!
Hi Nikita Che
Categorize your products properly.
User Product Families and Properties.
SKU definition can be done using properties. (e.g. "T-Shirt" is a product. T-shirt size(M), Size(X), Size (XL) can be defined by properties. This will reduce the number of records to be defined)
Unless your your price is going to be different do not define separate products (for different versions of product)
User Primary Units and Default units. Rather than defining multiple products for different units (e.g. Don't define Coke Tin and Coke Tin Case (24 tins) as two different products. User proper units for same product)
User product bundles if possible.
When you see any issue in performance of search, raise a ticket with Microsoft and ask them to create indexes for search. They are quite quick in creating indexes for search performance. (please do this if you experience issue with performance)
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