SAP is one of the world’s leading providers of ERP. As of now, it is the provider of two separate ERPs known as SAP B1 and SAP S/4HANA. Both ERPs are dedicated to serving each aspect that your business needs to grow and scale up in the long run. Utilizing these ERPs will eliminate the bulk of human efforts and maximize efficiency within the confines of your business processes.
What is SAP B1?
SAP Business One (SAP B1) is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solution designed for small to medium-sized businesses. The software is designed to help businesses manage their financials, inventory, sales, and customer relationships in a single system.
Easy to integrate
One of the key features of SAP B1 is its ability to integrate with other business applications, such as CRM, e-commerce, and point-of-sale systems, allowing for streamlined processes and improved efficiency.
Tailor-made for you
SAP B1 is highly customizable to fit the specific needs of different businesses, and it can be deployed either on-premises or as an entirely cloud-based solution. It offers a wide range of functionalities that can encompass all your business needs. These functionalities include financial management, supply chain management, and customer relationship management among others.
Scale your business with ease
The solution is scalable, so it can grow with your business, it can be integrated with other software solutions such as Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Salesforce, which can provide a comprehensive view of the business. Additionally, the solution provides reporting and analytics capabilities to help businesses gain insights and make better decisions.
What is SAP S/4HANA?
SAP S/4HANA is a real-time ERP system developed by SAP. It is based on the in-memory platform SAP HANA and is the successor of SAP ECC. It offers a range of functionalities that can encompass all your business needs. Some of these include financial management, supply chain management, customer relationship management, embedded analytics, and machine learning.
It can be deployed on-premise, cloud, or hybrid and provide an open platform for integration with other systems and technologies. It enables businesses to improve processes, increase efficiency and automate decision-making.