Top Reasons to Use SAP Business One to Support Subsidary Operations

Companies that expand operations to penetrate new markets and drive revenue face unique software requirements.


Why Companies Should Choose SAP Business One

SAP Business One lets you coordinate operations, increase visibility, and transform decision making while cost-effectively managing your global IT investment. The software has already been adopted by tens of thousands of small businesses around the world and runs at more than 1,500 subsidiary locations. Here are some of the top reasons why companies are choosing SAP Business One.

Ability to Intergrate and Standardize Operations and Data

SAP Business One is a comprehensive solution that fully integrates with leading ERP software. By centralizing and integrating core business functions on a common software infrastructure, you can eliminate disparate processes and multiple disjointed spreadsheets and databases. It enables complete visibility and better control to help your whole enterprise run more efficiently.

Fast PayBack

Running SAP Business One as part of a multitier software strategy helps you cost-effectively manage your global IT investment. The software is priced for small businesses and features an on-demand deployment model for companies that want to avoid the capital investment and resources required by an on- remise software implementation.

Connectivity with the Business Network

You can readily connect SAP Business One with other applications across your business network. A robust integration framework simplifies the effort to integrate outside software systems that enable processes unique to your operations, such as online ticketing, customer orders, or event registration. Various preconfigured integration packages are also available to quickly and affordably connect SAP Business One with applications across the enterprise. It helps you manage intercompany transactions by synchronizing data and providing for streamlined financial consolidations.

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