SAP Business One

  • The very Purpose an Organisation considers ERP is to ease its Operations, in anticipation of releasing its resources from Mundane Repetitive Tasks and moving them to Value Adds. Unfortunately though at many times, this intent ends up as an Accounting System due to wrong choice & implementation, and the Operations People tend to be pulled into a Post Mortem effort of Regularising the Transactions.

    An Enterprise Resource Planning Tool or ERP as popularly called is a system that is expected to enable an Organisation to manage its Resources efficiently by maintaining an integral Database, Process Input Data at Real Time, and Provide timely Information for Objective Decision Making by Trend Analysis and Task Completion in the form of Documents & Reports.

    SAP Business One does just that by being Affordable, Quick & Easy to Implement and at the same time being Comprehensive & Powerful. It is specifically designed for Small & Medium Enterprises across Business verticals providing a host of Features to manage the key Businesses Processes like Managing Master Data, Marketing to Opportunity, Order to Cash, Procure to Pay & Demand to Supply

     

    Key Features

     

    1. Financial Control

     

    • Customised & Structured Chart of Accounts for Analysis & Reporting.
    • Receivables & Payables Management
    • Analysis of Budget Vs. Actual
    • Bank Reconciliation & Tax Management
    • Financial Reports Viz: Cash Flow, Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Statement

     

    2. Sales and Marketing

     

    • Opportunities & Pipeline Management
    • Campaign, Calendar & Activities Management
    • Quotations & Customer Orders
    • Order Booking & Sales Trends
    • Customer Management

     

    3. Supply Chain & Inventory

     

    • Purchase Requests, RFQs and Purchase Orders
    • Goods Receipt, Invoice Receipt – Three Way Matching
    • Item Management
    • Inventory Transfers & Cycle Counting - Inventory Control
    • Vendor Performance Management

     

    4. Production Planning

     

    • Bill of Materials
    • Capacity & Resource Management
    • Forecast Management
    • Material Resource Planning (MRP)
    • Production Order Management – Issue & Receipt Control

     

    5. Quality Control

     

    • Incoming, In-Process and Outgoing Quality Control
    • First Pass Yield
    • Scrap, Loss & Rework Data Input & Reporting
    • Customer & Vendor Quality Ratings
    • Specifications & Acceptance Criteria

     

    6. Management Dashboards

     

    • Sales Performance
    • Customer Delivery Performance
    • Order Backlogs & Inventory Trends
    • Cost of Goods Sold
    • Comparative Reports between Periods to Monitor & Review Performance

     

    7. Deployment Methodology

     

    • Gap – Fit Assessment
    • Solution Deployment
    • Core Group Training & Empowerment for Self Sustenance

     

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