Top 10 Benefits of SAP Business One for your Business

Run your entire business with one piece of software
Seamlessly integrate and eliminate redundant data entry across manufacturing, inventory, accounting, customer relationship management, sales, manufacturing, purchasing, banking, inventory, and costing.
Streamline production
Easily define multi-level BOMs and automatically create work orders based on accurate reports of product and material availability.
Prevent stock-outs
Tools help you stay on top of inventory levels, price lists, special price agreements, transfers between warehouses, stock adjustment transactions, and picking and packing of inventory for shipping.
More accurate material requirements planning
SAP Business One enables users to manage MRP through a simple wizard-based process. Define planning scenarios in five easy steps…accurately predict demand based on forecasts…and much more.
Integrate manufacturing with accounting data
SAP Business One’s inventory management capability is fully integrated with its accounting functionality, so there’s no need to reconcile your inventory status with your financials they are automatically in sync.
A best-in-class solution at the right price.
Better customer relationships
SAP Business One is the perfect customer-centric solution for interfacing with larger customers who are already using SAP. Embedded customer relationship management (CRM) arms your team with relevant company-wide data for stronger sales and support.
Clearer, instantaneous insights
Create up-to-the-minute dashboards to deliver revealing snapshots of key performance indicator for unprecedented day-to-day control.
Business-critical alerts
Features a powerful business alert system developed for small and midsized companies
Easy to implement, learn and use
Get up and running in just weeks. Plus, a worldwide network of qualified business partners provides unsurpassed local support.
Accounting and Financials
SAP Business One helps you manage your general ledger, journals, budgets and accounts payable (AP) and receivable (AR).You can conduct all your banking activities, including processing bank statements and payments by methods such as check, cash, and credit card as well as internal and external reconciliation of various accounts. You can also create various financial reports including profit and loss, cash flow, balance sheet, aging and profit centre reports-Sales and Customers.
Purchasing and Operations
Every small business needs a systematic approach to managing the procurement process, from creating purchase orders to paying vendors. SAP Business One helps coordinate the complete order-to-pay cycle, including receipts, invoices and returns. You can also plan material requirements for production, control bills of material and replenish inventory automatically. And using SAP Business One’s robust reporting functionality, you can quickly analyze the performance of your vendors and adjust your procurement strategy accordingly.
Inventory and Distribution
SAP Business One enables you to manage your inventory and operations–including picking, packing, shipping and billing. You can perform inventory valuation using different methods such as standard costing, moving average and FIFO, monitor stock levels; and track transfers in real time and across multiple warehouses. In addition, you can run real-time inventory updates and availability checks, as well as manage pricing and special pricing which allows you to automatically apply volume, cash, and account discounts to transactions with vendors and customers.
Reporting and Administration
SAP Business One provides powerful integrated analytic and reporting tools to help you access the critical business information you need. With SAP Business One together with fully integrated Crystal Reports, you can gather data from multiple sources and generate timely and accurate reports based on critical company data across financials, sales, customers, inventory, service, production and operations.