SAP Business One ERP
TopManage is proud to partner with SAP and sell the leading enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for small to midsize enterprises, SAP Business One. SAP ERP business management software is a suite of integrated applications that manage all business operations. The SAP business management solution integrates in real-time an ERP, CRM, BI analytics, performance management, governance, risk and compliance, and many other elements. Furthermore, SAP offers award-winning customer service and support for their enterprise resource planning system.
SAP enterprise resource planning allows businesses to:
- Integrate and centralize your entire business in one secure system
- Streamline operations so you can focus on growing your business
- Empower your business to make quick and accurate decisions with access to real-time information
- Implement the easy-to-use ERP solution in as little as two weeks
- Increase functionality with access to over 550 add-on solutions and simple customization tools so you can tailor the solution to your specific business needs
- Harmonize multiple businesses, partners and subsidiaries with one seamless platform to manage all your business information
SAP offers different ERP solutions for different business sizes. TopManage focuses on helping small to medium size businesses increase operational efficiencies and grow. Therefore, TopManage offers customers SAP Business One, SAP’s ERP specifically designed for small to medium size businesses.
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ERP – Enterprise Resource Planning
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a term used to describe a broad set of activities that helps businesses manage accounting and financials, sales and customers, purchasing and operations, inventory and distribution, and reporting and administration. Customarily, an ERP is a platform comprised of integrated software applications that provide businesses with a 360 degree view of their business. By having a single location for all business information, businesses can streamline operations, reduce errors, improve communications and increase productivity.
ERP software applications can be used in a variety of industries, including retail, manufacturing, wholesale distribution, E-commerce, and more. For example, an ERP can be used to manage product planning, purchasing, inventories, supplier/partner relationships, customer relationships, financial accounting, and product life-cycle management.
The goal of any ERP is to help businesses manage their business and grow. But the basic technical idea behind an ERP is to give businesses one unified system for all business information in order for information to seamlessly flow across the business. This allows businesses to make decisions quickly and confidently, as well as closely monitor key performance indicators and leverage information from one division to the next.