A tool like SAP Business One is all-powerful but what do you when you are already using other platforms and systems dedicated to a particular process? You implement SAP ERP and integrate it with your existing systems.
But how do you do that? Are there any challenges involved? How much will it cost you? We are sure you have many such questions running. Don’t worry, we will take care of them all.
How is it done?
See, this software is a comprehensive solution in itself. Almost all business processes like CRM, purchase, sales, inventory, finance, etc. are taken care of in different modules. The tool captures data from all the modules and then presents real-time synchronous data for decision making.
But when you already have a system in place, you can simply opt to not include the corresponding module in the ERP. What is even better is that at the time of implementation, the existing system will become a part of the solution landscape.
What platforms can SAP Business One ERP connect with?
Some many third-party applications and platforms can make up the solution landscape with your SAP product. Some of the most commonly used integrations are:
- Magneto (eCommerce)
- Shopify (eCommerce)
- WordPress (website building)
- Tally (finance)
- Salesforce (sales software)
- Mailchimp (email marketing)
There are various ways to do the integration. Some common ones are:
- DI server-based interfacing
- B1iF – Business One Integration Framework
- B1iSN – Business One Integration Framework
- Data Interface (DI) APIs
Intercompany Integration Solution for SAP Business One
If your business has more than one entity, then you are most often faced with the challenge of how to make data sharing easy and convenient for everyone. That is why this software gives you intercompany integration.
With SAP Business One, you can manage all the transactions and business processes between two companies. Since the process relies on automatic replication of corresponding transactions, the process becomes much faster as it reduces the time needed to generate trading statements.
What do you get in this?
- Master data replication and content sharing
You get to replicate all the master data files across all partner companies. Things like bill of materials, business partner master sheet, price list, etc. are shareable.
- Intercompany trade
With the tool synchronized between two partner companies, you can transfer sales orders, purchase orders, credit memos, good returns, delivery to good receipts, etc.
- Multilevel finance consolidating
With the consolidation feature of the tool, you can consolidate companies that have a different chart of account structures and are operating in different local currencies. Further, the tool also allows you to set up various levels of consolidation (in a hierarchy) so that you can go group-wise reporting.
We have some of the most experienced and skilled SAP Business One individuals in India. The management has strong leadership to provide guidance to our professional services team, along with the wealth of knowledge in terms of industry best practices.
This is only a small part of the whole world that is SAP Business One. There are many tools and platforms that you can easily integrate with the ERP and enjoy seamless cross-platform working. To learn more, schedule a free consultation here with SAP experts.