Australia was the first country in the Asia-Pacific region to implement sap business one in 2003 to meet the needs of small and medium-sized businesses. At the time, SAP was still often presented as a solution for large Businesss.
For the Australian launch, SAP repackaged and repositioned the product to appeal to a really specific audience. While SAP Business One adoption rates are high among Australian SMBs, many companies understand the program as anBusiness solution. This is far from the reality! Keep learning and you’ll find out why…..
Who are the everyday customers of SAP Business One?
Which companies use SAP Business One? Australian SMBs that choose SAP Business One may decide to migrate after encountering the following issues with the current program
- The current accounting software does not have the functionality they need.
- The business is still running spreadsheets and various basic programs.
- Processes are fragmented and the flow of information is undirected and time consuming.
- Visualization of activities is lacking, making tracking and reporting difficult.
- Previous ERP systems threatened or failed to support business continuity.
On the business side, SAP Business One is widely used for organizational tasks.
- Customer goods – very good planning and requirements management, with business, purchasing and supplier management functions.
- Industrial equipment and components – optimizing pricing in the supply chain, reducing cycle times and increasing profits.
- Technical services – Call management, billing, and analytics are just a few of the SAP Business One capabilities favored by technical services companies.
- Wholesale – Improve demand planning and supply chain visibility, helping wholesale companies grow more. View Case Study
SAP Business One is widely used in organizations with 10 to 100 employees and revenues of $10 million or more. However, SAP Business One is also well suited to the needs of multinational companies that need to streamline the management of their branches and divisions.