What is SAP B1 Implementation Services Methodology

PostedOn: 2018-09-19 16:47:52

AP B1 Implementation Services Process An SAP B1 implementation is very important for the business complexity  and gives good results to the organization’s resources. SAP’s functionality can gives extraordinary  organizational challenges that need to be identified and managed during the preparation of design, implementation and integration of SAP software. Using our team and expertise we designed our strategic plan for the ERP Implementation methodology and toolset, Dynamo gives a successful plan, with design and implementation of software product. What Is ASAP  B1 Methodology? Accelerated SAP .It is one of nearly all significant software development life cycles process mainly used for the SAP Business One  Implementation projects. These  methodology mainly consists of ERP System, and ASAP process with support of SAP Implementation happens. SAP  B1 is one of best services, It Provides good security for a business and organization, SAP projects are posh and intensive whic

How SAP B1 Modules Work To Your Benefit

PostedOn: 2018-09-19 16:21:23

earching the market for an ERP solution can be confusing and complex. Each solution has multiple functionalities that work on different aspects of the corporate model. SAP Business One works on the basis of multiple modules exchanging information in unison. There are ten core modules that come with the program. Depending on the business model, additional modules can be integrated into the system to better suit the company's needs. Here is a breakdown of the ten core components of SAP Business One. Administration This module is one of the first to be configured. The administration module is used to specify system setup parameters, specify company and user information, and perform maintenance functions such as backups and restore. Customer Relations Management (CRM) CRM provides a comprehensive look at sales data and customer trends in product sales. It can create customer reports on sales trends, provide sales forecasting, manage customer relations and product wa

Manufacturing business intelligence Sap BI success stories

PostedOn: 2018-09-15 18:12:21

ccording to the  manufacturing remains a critical force in both advanced and developing economies. To stay ahead of the pack, businesses need to understand and use their data. Make your data work  Monument Tools is one of the largest specialist hand tool manufacturers in Europe.  The fifth generation manufacturer has around 800 products with a significant customer base across the US and the UK. Managing director Jonathon Collier said before implementing a  Sap BI solution, Monument had green screen terminals which did nothing more than process their sales orders and ledgers. With large amounts of data sitting in Monument's ERP system, the business desperately wanted to draw insights from their data but didn’t know how. Collier asserts that contributed to their three-year double-digit growth. Without the analysis function, we wouldn’t be able to target the customer that we are. Dynamic reporting As a large and diverse business managing a complex range of products an

Myths and Truths about SAP Business One

PostedOn: 2018-09-15 17:55:45

uring our interactions with numerous prospects from the SME segment, we have come across few common myths about SAP Business One. Putting them down here for your reference. MYTH 1: SAP is for large companies, not for us TRUTH: SAP has several solutions to offer to the industry globally. This solution is meant for large enterprises and has been adopted by several Fortune 500 companies and most of the leading large enterprises in India too. However, SAP also offers a solution called SAP Business One, which has been developed especially for the SME sector. It is currently being used by close to 55,000 customers across the world and close to 5,500 customers in India. SAP B1, in short, is very rich in features, easy to understand, flexible yet robust and has a very low total cost of ownership to its SME customers. MYTH 2: SAP Business One is for Trading Companies & not for manufacturing set-ups TRUTH: SAP Business One has the required capabilities to address needs of a manufacturing com

How SAP Business One Helps In Implementing Best Practices Of Inventory Management

PostedOn: 2018-09-14 17:13:35

hether you run a manufacturing company or distributorship or a retail outlet managing inventory efficiently is a must from both top line and bottom line perspective. Large enterprises would have taken required measures to deal with their inventories, at least the basic management, probably couple of decades back and would be currently leveraging cutting edge technologies to implement very sophisticated solutions to catch up with changing trends. However, it may be shocking to know that close to 46% companies in the SME sector are still using pen and paper or simple excel files to manage this complex problem even today! Even in the western world! Could the problem be more widespread in India? Good chances of that being true, right? Categorization of SMEs with respect to adoption of modern Inventory Management techniques A simple cataloging of companies from the SME sector with respect to their adoption of inventory management processes will look like this: Categorization of SMEs with

How SAP B1 users can make their ERP system go from good to great

PostedOn: 2018-09-14 16:37:19

or the majority of medium-sized organizations, purchasing, integrating and maintaining an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is the foundation of good business management. ERPs are the backbone of manufacturing, distribution and retail businesses and the right system will facilitate reduced costs, improved efficiencies and be the central collection of valuable data that can be analyzed to help you make better business decisions. The importance of data  Your company’s data, and the software used to analyze it can be the difference between getting to the lead of competitors or constantly playing catch up. The amount of data produced by companies is growing rapidly, yet many decision makers are unclear about how it can be used to grow their business. Companies have traditionally relied on ERP systems to collect and combine this information in the hope of streamlining processes, reducing costs, improving proceeds margins and increasing return on investment (ROI).  The lim