SAP Business One Integration with Concur

Manage your company’s employee spending with Concur Expense Concur takes you beyond automation to a completely connected spend management solution that grows along with your business. Connect your spend data into a single global system. Get visibility and better understand each financial transaction. Simplify the process for everyone. Download the presentation here SAPBusinessOneIntegrationWithConcur

SAP Business One Solution Brief

Download the SAP Business One Solution Brief here SAP Business One designed for all your small and midsize company’s needs. Whatever your business we’ve got you covered. Successfully manage and grow your business The SAP® Business One application offers an affordable way to manage your entire business – from accounting and financials, purchasing, inventory, sales and customer […]

Production Order Scheduling with SAP Business One 9.2

SAP continues to add new functionality and capabilities to the production order module in 9.2: Integration with the Project Management functionality Resource (Work Center) Master and Resource (Department) Groups Capacity Planning by warehouse Integration with Fixed Assets User-Defined Units of Measure: Minutes, Hours, Days, etc. Graphical resource capacity screen Production cost roll up and update utilities […]

SAP Business One: The Next 20 Years

A great article written by Cindy Jurtras, of Mint Jutras, on where SAP Business One has been and where it is going. Here is an excerpt: SAP Business One turned 20 last year. If it were a human, that would mean it was poised to enter the prime of its life. If it were a […]

Manufacturing System Implementation: The Critical First Step to Continuous Improvement

Successfully implementing a new manufacturing system requires more than a ‘once-and-done’ approach. Once you install your system, long-term benefits come from continuously assessing its effects and adjusting to optimize operations. This post describes how a modern ERP system enables continuous improvement practices within modern manufacturing organizations. Implement the Ideal System When you implement a manufacturing […]

Four Ways to Identify a Great Inventory Management System

There are many systems small and midsized businesses use to manage inventory, but only those using an ideal system with broad functionality and industry-specific depth can gain consistent competitive advantage and enhanced profitability from their system. This post describes why a modern ERP system, such as SAP Business One, is ideal for inventory management and […]

Four Big Payoffs of an Integrated ERP System

Imagine knowing what your ideal product mix and production runs should include for the coming days, weeks, and months. You can gain these insights by gathering accurate data from all departments and managing it in a single database; doing so in conjunction with an integrated ERP system and integrated functions allows you to respond faster […]

Effective Distribution Requires Structure Backed by the Right Systems

A robust distribution management team is critical to success in today’s product markets, where fulfillment – cost-effective and fast fulfillment, in particular – is the primary driver of success. Even strong managers and robust distribution processes, however, can’t compete effectively without systems and structures to simplify and automate their key functions. A recent report by […]

Thanks to Modern ERP, All Departments Can Get on Track

Today, small and midsized business (SMB) have few excuses to continue their reliance on manual and inefficient processes within any of their major functional areas. Robust, reliable ERP systems, built with SMBs in mind, provide out-of-the-box functionality that organizes all departments and keeps them on track and ready for scale. This post highlights how modern […]

The Value of Integrating Business Intelligence across the Company

Businesses need to integrate all the elements of a system to make it work, and, as such, the elements that fall within the scope of enterprise resource planning (ERP) must be integrated as well. When this happens, marketing, sales, warehouse inventory management, purchasing, and other operations run like a well-oiled machine. In this post, we […]