Sap Business One is tailored for small businesses of up to 100 employees more or less. IT uses in-memory capabilities of the HANA database but is essentially built for SMEs. S/4 HANA is a much larger ERP solution tailored for enterprise-wide use. It could also span different industries such as manufacturing, financial, textile or chemical, and is usually targeted for medium to large size companies. While Business One is an all in one ERP for small companies S/4 has many modules that can be configured to meet different company needs.
SAP HANA is an in-memory database technology which acts as the core technology for a lot of other SAP or non-SAP applications whereas SAP S/4 HANA is a new generation ERP solution which runs on SAP HANA database architecture. S/4 HANA is a business suite launched as a robust ERP solution having both ERP and BI capabilities utilizing HANA’s in-memory computing power. It is an in-memory version of the ERP Business Suite as it only runs on SAP HANA.
- Sales – AR
- Purchasing – AP
- Business Partners
- Project Management
- Human Resources
- Plant Maintenance (PM)
- Product Life Cycle Management (PLM)
- Human Capital Management (HCM)
- Production Planning (PP)
- Project Systems (PS)
- Controlling (CO)
- Sales and Distribution (SD)
- Investment Management (IM)
- Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM)
- Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
- Logistics Information Systems (LIS)
- Supply Chain Management (SCM)
- Customer Service (CS)
- Materials Management (MM)
- Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)
- Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)
- Environment, Health and Safety (EHS)
- Industry Solutions, e.g. Aerospace, Automotive, etc.
- General Ledger
- Accounts Receivables
- Accounts Payable
- Fixed Asset Management
- Bank and Cash Management
- Inventory Management
- Purchasing Management
- Quality Management
- Sales Management
- Foreign Trade Document Management
- Material Requisition Planning – MRP
- Production Planning Management & Shop Floor Control
- Budgeting and Costing
- Human Resources Management
- Secondary Sales Management
- Field Force Management
Fixed Asset Management features in SAP Business One enable you to:
Assign and track different asset attributes, Automate depreciation runs, Allocate a ‘depreciation area’, Define accounts for specific asset calculations, Tie asset acquisition processes into procurement, Forecast your depreciation, import fixed asset master data and establish clear workflows.
SQL is the standard language for dealing with Relational Databases. SQL can be used to insert, search, update, and delete database records. SQL can do lots of other operations including optimizing and maintenance of databases.
.NET Framework is a software framework developed by Microsoft that runs primarily on Microsoft Windows. It includes a large class library called Framework Class Library (FCL) and provides language interoperability across several programming languages. Programs written for .NET Framework execute in a software environment named the Common Language Runtime (CLR). This is the language used for ERManager.
The summary of banking and business activity that reconciles an entity’s bank account, with its financial records, is provided by SuperNova Solutions to our clients on special request.
SAP integration with third-party software is paramount for getting the most out of IT investments. Therefore, we do provide integration services to our clients, if required and requested.
- Enterprise Management for Professional users
- Enterprise Management for Functional users
- Enterprise Management for Productivity users
SAP Business One (SAP B1) offers several different user type licenses. These SAP Business One user types are broken down into two broad categories – “SAP B1 Professional” and “SAP B1 Limited”. The SAP Business One “Limited” licenses are available as “Limited CRM”, “Limited Financial” and “Limited Logistics” – all users are named. The logic behind the SAP Business One user types is based on typical functionality that a user will require for their day to day processing
The time consumed during a project may vary based on the size of the company