Overview

Learn how SAP Business One streamlines business activities.

What's included in SAP Business One?

SAP Business One is a fully integrated business management solution which boasts functionality across all departments and office locations. And because it works from one central database, this software really can give you a complete picture of your business whenever you want it.

Financial Accounting

Handles all financial transactions including general ledger, account setup and maintenance, journal entries, foreign currency adjustments, defining budgets, setting up cost centres, and cost distribution.

Sales Invoicing / Accounts Receivable

This solution helps create price quotes, enter customer orders, set up deliveries, update stock balances as well as manage all invoices and accounts receivables.

Purchasing / Accounts Payable

Manages and maintains supplier contracts and transactions, such as issuing purchase orders, updating in-stock numbers, calculating the landed cost value of imported items, handling returns, and credits.

Banking

SAP Business One takes care of all payment processing such as cash receipts, cheque writing, deposits, credit card payments, and bank reconciliations.

 

 

 

CRM and Sales Opportunities

Controls all information on existing and prospective customers, partners and suppliers – including profiles, activities, opportunities and account balances. It also provides calendar and diary management for user activities. Records every sales opportunity in detail, from the first phone call to the successful close of a transaction.

Inventory

Handles inventory levels, item management, price lists, special price agreements, transfers between warehouses, stock adjustment transactions, and picking and packing of inventory for shipment.

Microsoft Office Integration

SAP Business One integrates with Microsoft Outlook, enabling you to exchange and share data to keep all parties up-to-date about account developments and business opportunities.

 

 

Production and MRP

Delivers production tools that define multilevel bills of materials (BOMs) and create work orders while verifying and reporting on product and material availability. MRP manages material requirements planning through a wizard-based process. This process enables users to define a planning scenario in five easy steps.

Service Management

Provides support for service operations, service contract management, service planning, tracking of customer interaction activities, and customer support.

Reporting

Creates powerful reports for nearly every aspect of the business, including customer and supplier debt, sales, cash flow, customer-contact summaries, bookkeeping, warehouse stock, financial statements, pricing, and customer activity. Uses predefined reports or “define-it-yourself “queries – with the added option of working directly in Microsoft Excel.