You are probably familiar with the concept of "add-on" solutions for SAP Business One. These solutions are not included in the core SAP Business One product, but connect to your system when you start the software session.
When it comes to ERP projects, one of the biggest areas of complexity and cost often relates to the processes around integrating the disparate systems deployed inside an organisation.
As you run closer and closer to the end of the year, it's not uncommon to start refelecting on the year that's almost past. With that reflection, many of you are natually thinking ahead to what you can do differently in the new year to make life easier and streamline your operations.
Before we officially kick off our ONE.Source curriculum in 2018, we wanted to end this year with a focus on a few topics that can help you sooner rather later.
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.
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.
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."