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SAP BUSINESS ONE HANA
SAP developed the game-changing SAP HANA platform – leveraging the power of in memory technology to address concerns about growing data volume that impact businesses of all sizes. It provides a modern platform for real-time applications and real time analytics without complicating your IT landscape.SAP Business One, version for SAP HANA, combines content and tools including :
SAP Business One powered by SAP HANA over standard Microsoft SQL database versions of SAP Business One and focuses on areas of enhancement and new features related to SAP Business One powered by SAP HANA. “SAP developed (an) in-memory database platform that at its core it uses innovative techniques to store your data that is particularly suited for handling very large amounts of relational, data with unprecedented performance.”
Financial accounting is an essential part of modern corporations. By applying a series of financial procedures, it provides useful information for decision making. It especially plays an active role in company’s operation and management decisions, which not only enhances the economical performance in the firm but also benefits the ordered development of market economy.
Today, the process of engaging customers can’t be one-size-fits-all. It needs to be adaptive across all touch points and within the context of who your customer is and what they are doing. Intelligent customer engagement enables your company to build customer trust, loyalty, and insight, while also enabling your sales, service, and marketing professionals to be as productive as possible.
Today the sales process is rarely as simple as selling widgets over the counter for cash to one customer at a time. Rather, it has evolved into a complex collection of interrelated processes that may involve some, if not all, of the following: production planning, inventory and logistics management, ordering, billing and dunning, and maintaining customer relationships as well as seeking out new sales opportunities. The sales process starts with nurturing sales opportunities, creating sales quotations, entering sales orders, and invoicing customers.
SAP Business One Purchase (Account Payable Module)
In current downturn, organization often finds difficult to expand their revenue. The alternate way to increase their revenue is by reducing cost. Saving cost is equals to revenue generated. Purchase of goods and services costs almost 40 – 60% of the average company’s revenue (Ref: Aberdeen Research). In manual purchase process, it is often difficult for organizations to identify the gaps and opportunities to save cost.
Inventory management concerns the fine lines between replenishment lead time, carrying costs of inventory, asset management, inventory forecasting, inventory valuation, inventory visibility, future inventory price forecasting, physical inventory, available physical space for inventory, quality management, replenishment, returns and defective goods, and demand forecasting. Balancing these competing requirements leads to optimal inventory levels, which is an ongoing process as the business needs shift and react to the wider environment.
Some businesses build their products from parts and raw materials. These products can range from the assembly of a few standard parts to products with thousands of parts requiring weeks of engineering. Manufacturing (which is actually a group of sub-modules) controls the process by which this is done.
Material Requirements Planning (MRP) is a computer-based production planning and inventory control system. MRP is concerned with both production scheduling and inventory control. It is a material control system that attempts to keep adequate inventory levels to assure that required materials are available when needed. MRP is applicable in situations of multiple items with complex bills of materials.
Converting Raw business data into meaningful information that can be acted upon remains an ongoing challenge for most small businesses. Few reporting tools have the functionality not only to gather data from appropriate systems but also to transform that data into a format that is useful for a business user. As a result, businesses are often compelled to cobble together reports from data that has been imported in an ad hoc manner from different applications. Additionally, since most small businesses have very limited IT resources, they constantly look for ways to make it easier for their employees to create, manage, and distribute reports.