Bookkeeping & accounting with SAP Business One
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Accounting & bookkeeping with SAP Business One

SAP Business One enables proper bookkeeping by the accounting department and is therefore not only the answer to a legal necessity for every company. SAP B1 also guarantees financial transparency and an understanding of the company's economic situation. The Versino Financial Suite extends this standard to become a specialist for financial accounting.

Accounting is an essential part of day-to-day business, but it is often time-consuming and costly. This is where SAP Business One comes in, providing an efficient and user-friendly integrated financial accounting system that is specifically designed not only to simplify bookkeeping and accounting, but also to speed it up.

What does integrated accounting do and how can it help your company?

ERP software with integrated accounting such as SAP Business One makes it possible to organise your company's financial accounting digitally and efficiently. With this software, the processing of daily accounting tasks is considerably simplified, which in turn results in time and cost savings. The result is an accounting system that supports medium-sized companies in all areas, as it records all financial movements resulting from the processes in the company and makes them traceable.

Advantages of accounting with SAP Business One

SAP Business One offers decisive advantages for your company's financial accounting. Centralised data management gives you complete transparency of cash flow, which plays a crucial role in financial management. The automation of accounting processes significantly reduces the workload and enables resources to be utilised more efficiently. With SAP Business One you also have daily insight into the company's figures, which enables you to react quickly to financial challenges. The software also supports individual financial analyses and the creation of customised reports to help you make informed decisions and strengthen the financial health of your company.

Differences between bookkeeping and accounting

Bookkeeping does bookkeeping

Although the terms are often used interchangeably, there are clear differences between bookkeeping and accounting. Bookkeeping refers to the systematic recording of all business transactions that have a financial impact on the company. Bookkeeping, on the other hand, is the department that keeps and analyses these records. It is responsible for documenting and verifying the financial transactions that form the basis for preparing the balance sheet and income statement.

Financial accounting as the basis for controlling

Studies show that 80 per cent of companies surveyed use accounting data as the central basis for controlling. This emphasises the essential role that accounting plays in controlling. This important area of responsibility is therefore often organised directly within accounting or bookkeeping or via a specially established staff unit. Particularly in companies with more than 100 employees, controlling is often organised as a separate functional area.

SAP Business One: Seamless integration of financial accounting and controlling

SAP Business One enables seamless integration of accounting and controlling, giving companies a comprehensive view of their financial data. The software not only provides tools for financial accounting, but also supports advanced controlling functions. This integration makes it possible to create accurate and timely financial reports, which are essential for effective controlling.

From standard accounting to specialised accounting for SAP Business One

Versino Financial Suite

In the area of financial management for SAP Business One, we have developed a comprehensive extension set that is precisely tailored to the specific requirements of financial accounting and finance departments in medium-sized companies. Since its initial development, our product, the Versino Financial Suite, has established itself as an interface to SAP Business One. DATEV financial software into a complete toolset that refines accounting processes and improves work performance.

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