In a growing company, you can’t move forward if your technology is holding you back.
As you probably know, growing companies can quickly outgrow their technology. That's why SAP Business One offers a solution for small to medium sized businesses that will suit your current needs and can be configured to grow with you
by Emily Warren
Many small businesses struggle with the complexities of generating accurate and timely reports from company data. Few report generation tools have both the ability to gather the correct data and the flexibility needed to put that data into a useful format. Businesses are forced to export data into various applications and then piece that data together to create reports that can be out-of-date the moment they are created.
by Nicole Brennan
Planes, Trains and Automobiles - they all have pilots, and they each have a dashboard. The same goes for the enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, SAP Business One. Dashboards are an intuitive and user-friendly element of the SAP Business One Cockpit providing quick access to report visualizations such as bar or pie charts of the SAP Business One data of your choice. These easy-to-use and fully customizable dashboards are ideal for business owners as they provide immediate access to the most relevant reports in a visual format and the ability to consistently monitor performance with key performance indicators (KPIs).
by Nicole Brennan
Using a standalone application to manage the finances of your business might be sufficient when starting out, but many things change as your business grows. The number of employees needed multiplies, orders and logistics increase, and hopefully, so does your revenue. In addition to these obvious changes, business owners are forced to deal with, and better manage, the increase in data. Departments have different data, and it is important that each set of data speaks to each other in an effort for the business to run smoothly. Often times with growing businesses, several different software systems are being used, which ultimately results in data duplication, human error, and data mismanagement. Centralizing business data for better reporting with an integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system allows management to spend less time on day-to-day tasks, and more time on strategic decision-making.
by Sarah Coish
In today’s competing and open environment of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software companies, it is not uncommon to hear that one of the larger players has decided to acquire a smaller ERP provider. Due to the latest news of Oracle acquiring NetSuite, we have recently received a lot of questions from both existing NetSuite customers, as well as businesses considering buying a new ERP solution. Most of the questions and concerns are related to what effects a consolidation could have on them as a customer. Will this acquisition impact my Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of my overall ERP solution?