The great thing about a solution like SAP Business One that has been in the market for more than five years (since 2002 as an SAP product, actually) is that there are many different types of organisations using the same software — certainly in my experience, I have seen businesses that have one employee (the owner) up to businesses with hundreds of employees using the solution.
When SAP Business One started off as an acquired solution for SAP, it's fair to say that there were big ambitions for the product, particularly to get it into as many countries as possible as quickly as possible and to broaden the functional footprint (and therefore the appeal) of the solution.
(By the way, if you are interested in the full life story of this solution, take a look at the History of SAP Business One posts from Ilan Tal.)
We are one week away from the Biz.ONE Conference for SAP Business One Users in Anaheim, and by now, you should be deep into planning your visit.
First, I know many of you recently joined us for our webcast on getting the most of your Biz.ONE Conference experience (available on-demand if you missed it). And, of course, many of you are surely looking at the agenda and planning which sessions to attend.
In my role as subject matter expert and Community Evangelist for ASUG, I will be blogging regularly on topics related to SAP Business One. A regular feature of these blogs will be timely updates on announcements that impact your SAP Business One deployment. One such recent announcement affects customers using the the Remote Support Platform.
What Is the Remote Support Platform (RSP) for SAP Business One?
The Remote Support Platform for SAP Business One is a set of tools and technologies designed to:
Indirect access is a topic I have been following since it first came up in the news, particularly after SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual Conference when Bill McDermott addressed it onstage. Nearly five months later, my ASUG colleague, Chris Crone, describes our current state accurately in the title of her recent blog post: So Many Questions, So Few Answers.
If you have ever looked at the process of integrating your online store with your back-end ERP solution, you may be forgiven for thinking that the "e" in e-commerce stands for "expensive."
The ASUG charter has always been "by users, for users," and the ASUG Community for SAP Business One is no exception.
As part of our normal program of benefits and education for ASUG members, we deliver regular webcasts on current topics of interest to our SAP Business One members. These sessions feature speakers from across the ecoystem: SAP, customers, software solution partners and, of course, from our SAP Business One subject matter expert — me.
In 2018, we will be focusing each month around a topic or theme, but you need not wait until next year to take advantage of these webcast opportunities. As a special invitation to the broader SAP Business One..
Over the past year, ASUG has researched how we can grow and add value to our ASUG Community for SAP Business One. Our first decision was to move the annual ASUG SAP Business One Conference to our colleagues at Eventful Conferences, leveraging their tried, tested, and celebrated model for community-focused SAP conferences. The newly renamed Biz.ONE Conference debuts this October in Southern California, and we are confident it will continue to grow this community as the premiere event for SAP Business One customers.