Starting at just $2,400.00! A base edition gets 5 full users with built in-analytics. Then, if required, chose from the above license types to round out the solution required for the team. Please note as a cloud solution you can always upgrade, add, remove licenses as required to be flexible with the business.
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SAP Business One is available as a low-cost subscription service including your first years support for you to deploy into your Cloud Service of Choice or on premise.
Select your Professional User and then deploy the functionality required to your users, more Professional users? CRM Users? Finance Users? Logistics Users?
SAP Business One does not charge for company licenses so unlimited companies may be managed
SAP Business One offers several different user type licenses. These SAP Business One user types are broken down into two broad categories – “SAP B1 Professional” and “SAP B1 Limited”. A Starter Pack user will have limited functionality in a number of areas, please check the SAP license matrix.
The SAP Business One “Limited” licenses are available as “Limited CRM”, “Limited Financial” and “Limited Logistics” – all users are named. The logic behind the SAP Business One user types is based on typical functionality that a user will require for their day to day processing. As a general rule a salesperson will most likely be allocated a “Limited CRM” license and someone in finance will be allocated a “Limited Financial” license. This is a general rule but will not always be the exact allocation. Have a good look at what functionality is available per license type and compare this to the tasks that each user completes on a day to day basis. For example, does the user do quotations, invoicing and debtors reporting? If so compare these functional requirements with the SAP Business One License Guide.