After years of development, SAP Business ByDesign has reached a high level of maturity in the SaaS ERP area for medium-sized companies. SAP Business ByDesign seems comparable to the strengths of SAP S/4HANA in larger enterprise implementations. So what is the difference between the two SAP cloud products?Read More
SAP Business One vs SAP Business ByDesign
There are still some people who associate SAP primarily with software solutions for large corporations. It is completely overlooked that with SAP Business One and SAP Business ByDesign there are two ERP software packages on the market that address medium-sized companies. But why two ERP offers for SMEs? There is obviously a need on the market, since both ERP solutions have been operating successfully there for years.Read More
Business process reengineering before ERP implementation
The implementation of ERP software naturally requires a review and adjustment of business processes in order to be able to properly install and configure the software. Such review and adjustment, while not the equivalent of business process reengineering, can provide some level of process improvement.Read More
ERP for plant construction ? complex and project-driven
An ERP for plant construction has the task of accompanying and controlling the production of mostly complex plants. The production of these systems is usually operated as a project. This results in the close integration of the ERP functions with the tools of project management. Since the plants to be produced can also differ greatly from order to order, the ERP for plant manufacturers must be highly flexible.Read More
Enterprise software adoption - surprisingly non-technological
There are a lot of obstacles, challenges and surprises to overcome when introducing business software such as ERP or CRM.Read More
ERP selection ? if it were that easy / part 9
In our series on ERP selection, we have already highlighted some facets of this difficult subject. After all, we are now a good deal further in the run through the various stations. We found our favorites and enjoyed various presentations.
Now the good impression has to be substantiated with additional information. We ask the provider to talk to their ERP references.
ERP in the standard - what does that mean?
If a company starts looking for a new ERP system, sooner or later it will have to decide between standard software or a specialized solution. There are many reasons that speak for a standard system - not least the fact that ERP solutions such as SAP Business One are so flexible that they can also be adapted to the individual needs of a company. Nevertheless, the opinion about what such a standard system should cover so fundamentally is very different.Read More
ERP selection ? if it were that easy / part 8
In the last part of our series on selecting ERP software for a company, we dealt with the presentation of suitable systems by providers. The presenter sits opposite the customer's employees. And everyone has something to say on the subject. Advisory, influencing and/or decisive.Read More
ERP selection ? if it were that easy / part 7
The topic that we are going to examine with this article, which we already started in the last part, is heavily influenced by Covid-19: the presentation.Read More
ERP selection ? if it were that easy / part 6
The specifications followed in the fourth part, while the communication with the ERP partner was presented in the fifth part. In the following we go into the presentation phase.Read More