Now that SAP Business One version 9.3 has been released under the general availability rules, the natural next question for customers becomes, "When I should upgrade?" As is usually the case, this complicated question has many potential answers and customers will want to work with their Partner to determine the best approach for your business. But setting aside unique needs of each customer, let's dive into this question at a high level.
Recently, I attended the first stop of SAP's SMB Innovation Summit in Ho Chi Minh City, an annual event for Partners to align with SAP around the latest insights and innovations in the SMB space. This year's event centered around the core product as a solution for digital transformation, and less on future innovations. With the recently announced general availability of SAP Business One 9.3, the future is now for SAP's largest customer base (in terms of numbers and customer adoption).
February was our Integration month for our ONE.Source community as we looked at multiple approaches to meeting your SAP Business One integration needs. Our Subject Matter Expert, Richard Duffy, shares his opinions on integration options, as well as recent insights he has gained.
One of the goals of our ONE.Source community is to be your trusted conduit to resources and materials to help you get more from your SAP Business One deployment. With that goal in mind, I wanted to highlight some recent videos from SAP.
Our most recent blog on GDPR was one of our most popular to date. In the post, we explored what these impending changes mean and unpacked the business implications of these updated rules and requirements for protecting the data of your customers from the European Union.
The next logical question for SAP Business One customers is, "How do I make sure that my SAP Business One deployment is protected against unauthorized access, both benign and malicious?" The answer to that question is not only technical, but also tied to your business processes..
GDPR: Just another acronym or something that will affect businesses of all sizes around the world? If you do business with customers in the European Union, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has significant implications for your business, no matter the size.
Each month in 2018, our ONE.Source community will feature one or two topics to feature across the month. If you missed it, our focuses thus far have been Logistics (January) and Integration (February). Now on to March...
General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, and Accounts Payable -- these three modules may not be the most glamorous of all the functional areas in SAP Business One, but they are critical to running your business profitably and optimizing your cash flows. These modules offer a number of ways to streamline your business operations and..
The latest buzzword that you may encounter during 2018 is Industry 4.0, or the "fourth industrial revolution."
Not long after our September 2017 webcast on the SAP Business One road map did we get an update from SAP. While not ideal for the shelf life of our webcast, we were due for an update.
Each month in 2018, our ONE.Source community will feature one or two topics to feature across the month. If you missed it, January was Logistics month. For February, we're focusing on Integration with SAP Business One.