When you’re selling services—not products—your business and margins depend on the quality of your service and your responsiveness to client demands. You need clear visibility into your projects so you can manage people, resources, and client expectations more effectively. But if you’ve grown organically, this visibility can be elusive, especially if your data and processes are locked into multiple, isolated systems.
The SAP Business One application can provide a single view of operations, automate key project and resource management processes, and support time and expense management. It can help you meet customer demands, become more efficient, and increase profits.
Besides running your core business functions such as sales and financials, SAP Business One can help you:
Optimize inventory management
Track inventory levels and stock movements in real time to minimize “stock-out” situations, increase goods availability, and reduce inventory-carrying costs. Also manage price lists, special pricing, and quotes.
Anticipate customer demand
Provide full past-transaction data so you can analyze customer buying behavior to predict demand more accurately and balance inventory levels accordingly.
Streamline the order-to-cash process
Automate key processes to improve efficiency across the order-to-cash cycle including order creation, stock-level updates, delivery, invoicing, and accounts receivable.
Tighten partner integration
Provide online self-service capabilities for customers and suppliers so they can view inventory availability, the status of orders and deliveries, and billing information.