SAP Business One is designed specifically for small to medium businesses and supported by Inecom. SAP Business One helps you streamline your business processes, act on timely information, and help you drive profitable growth.
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Reasons for a business to review SAP Business software:
SAP Business One provides a series of predefined, built-in reports for each functional area of the software. You can focus the report on specific areas of the business and customise the output. You can print, e-mail, or export any report to Microsoft Excel right from the system.
Standard reports in SAP Business One are accessed either within the modules, or from the Reports Module on the main menu.
This is how SAP Business One Australia helps Shiseido run their operations smoothly!
For this global cosmetics company Shiseido, SAP Business One has improved business operations. It’s now easier to get accurate data for planning and decision making purposes. In addition, it has helped the supply chain process by providing better purchasing and control.
SAP Business One has various different packages to suit your business needs! Have a look at them all below!
Within the SAP Business One there are opportunity and sales management tools. This is where you can create quotes, enter orders, perform real-time availability checks across all your warehouses, and process deliveries. You can also record deal sizes, potential competition, new sales opportunities with helpful and relevant information such as lead source, and sales stage. You can synchronise your contacts, tasks, and opportunities between Microsoft Outlook and SAP Business One. You can have all of this while gaining instant access to snapshots of customer data from your e-mail.
Documents that have been forwarded by clients such as PDF’s, drawing, specifications, images etc may be anchored to any document within SAP Business One – so for example, a CRM Sales quotation in SAP Business One may store the RFQ PDF along with supporting information such as emails etc.
The success for SAP Business One for wholesale distribution companies lies in the effective management of inventory. That means having the right material on hand when a customer needs it, but without having dead stock sitting around costing money. You have to ensure that you maintain the appropriate amount of adjusted safety stock. And through it all, you have to be able to take advantage of your suppliers’ special offers.
Sales management tools in SAP Business One allows you to create price quotes, enter customer orders, set up deliveries, update inventory balances, and manage all invoices and accounts receivable. SAP Business One offers efficient document development for every step throughout the sales process, including quotations. All relevant information is moved from one document to the next – from sales quotation to the sales order to delivery note to the SAP Business One AR invoice – saving you time and reducing errors. SAP Business One also gives you the flexibility to adapt the steps in the sales process to fit your needs and specific business processes.
SAP Business One features Reporting, a powerful and interactive analysis reporting tool with pre-delivered depiction of your data. This helps end-users access data using common business terms for Finance.
We are regularly challenged to create value using data of our company and turn it into meaningful opportunities. SAP Business One Analytics Solution offers a comprehensive – yet simple – single platform that helps find and unlock the real value in your data for smarter decisions. The rewards for peolpe who successfully use analytics are significant. They successfully stretch their competitive advantage, drive company innovation, and improve the bottom line.
Did you know, SAP Business One offers you with fully integrated banking and financial functionality for end-to-end management, tracking, reporting, and control of all key financial and accounting processes.
SAP Business One Material Requirements Planning (MRP) module enables you to plan material requirements for a manufacturing or procurement process based on the evaluation of existing inventories, demands, and supplies on changing planning parameters (such as lead time determination, make or buy decisions, and holiday planning).
SAP Business One Material Planning (MRP) calculates gross requirements for the highest bill of materials (BoM) level, based on existing inventory, sales orders, purchase orders, production orders, forecasts, and so on. It calculates gross requirements at the lowest BOM levels by carrying down net parent demands through the BOM structure. Dependent levels might have their own requirements, based on sales orders and forecasts.
The results of the SAP Business One MRP run are report and recommendations that fulfil gross requirements by taking into consideration the existing inventory levels and existing purchase orders and production orders. The MRP run also takes into account predefined planning rules such as Order Multiple, Order Interval, Minimum Order Quantity, Inventory Level, and so on.
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