Enterprises of all sizes today face common problems dealing with handling increasing business complexity while reducing costs. The solution continues to be the automation of business processes. SAP is an established leader in addressing the needs of large enterprises. Building on that performance and identified best practices, SAP built and launched SAP Business One. SAP Business One was designed to offer small and medium businesses the same business streamlining and efficiencies at a scale and scope appropriate to their needs. IDC recently interviewed a number of companies that have successfully deployed SAP Business One. The purpose of our interviews was to determine what impact the software had on their productivity and cost reduction.
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orders, updating in-stock numbers, calculating value of imported items, handling returns and credits, and processing payments Business partners - Controls all the information on customers, resellers, and vendors, including profiles, contact summary, account balances, and sales pipeline analysis Bank transactions - Takes care of financial processing, such as cash receipts, check writing, deposits, advance payments, credit card payments, and bank reconciliation Warehouse management - Handles inventory