Customizing is the adaptation of software (such as SAP Business One) to the special requirements of the user or customer. The word is also derived from the latter (customer). In SAP Business One, a number of tools are available for customising, which allow extensive adaptation of the software. In the conventional understanding, however, this is not understood to mean customisation by programming. The aim of customising is to adapt the software, but it should remain updateable at all times.
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