If you are looking for a basis for evaluating IT companies or (IT) products, you can't go past GARTNER. Whoever is in the upper right-hand corner of the analysis quadrants at the market research company is ennobled. SAP Business One landed at the top of GARTNER's list for the SME sector.Read More
The standard usability of ERP systems in 9 points
Time and again it happens that certain services in ERP systems are touted as special and innovative, although they have long been standard in today's state of the art. Usability in particular is always a major issue. In order to clarify which requirements users may have of a standard ERP system, we have summarised the basis of user-friendly ERP software here.
1. Quick search with filter
Every ERP system that is user-friendly definitely offers the possibility to search for data records via a quick search. The user can activate the search field via a button or a shortcut and search for a name or a number, for example. The possible hits displayed are continuously compared with the filter.Read More
SUCCESSFUL THROUGH THE ERP PROJECT / the (useful) specifications
A popular method used by many SMEs to select a suitable ERP is to present the specifications to various suppliers. In the comparison, the one that seems to fulfil the criteria of the specifications in the best possible way should then be chosen.Read More
SAP Business One – very trendy without a cloud
Unfortunately, SAP refuses to take part in any comparative tests, studies or platforms where one or more SAP products are compared with competitors in the ERP market. In our opinion, SAP Business One would not stand a bad chance.Read More
The small difference between SAP B1 and R/3
Again and again I notice in conversations that prospective customers do not make much of a difference between the various SAP ? applications. For them, SAP is the software that the supplier or the customer has, which is why it always reacts so inflexibly when you need a quick change in the process.
The surprise is therefore all the greater when it is explained that one and the other, i.e. SAP Enterprise (formerly R/3) and SAP Business One have less in common than the common logo would suggest.Read More