A small, local provider of tax and financial services with
annual revenues of about $4 million selects SAP Business One.
This is a small implementation, with a license for only five
users. Since it is for a services provider, it requires a simple
configuration of only basic financial and CRM capabilities. There
is no need for customization, data migration, or integration, so
the entire installation can take as little as a week with 1-2 training days.
A $16 million apparel distributor has outgrown its QuickBooks solution and
decides to upgrade to the SAP Business One application. The company needs a
more integrated solution; the configuration includes financials, CRM, inventory,
purchasing, and production modules. The implementation requires some limited
customization for reporting and user interfaces. Financial data must be migrated
from QuickBooks, while contact information must be integrated with data that
resides in Microsoft Outlook.
Implementation may take 2-4 months.
A national manufacturer with annual revenues of $40 million has specific supply
chain management requirements that it needs the SAP Business One application to
meet. With 15 user licenses, the SAP Business One application's configuration
will include financials, CRM, inventory, purchasing, manufacturing resource planning
(MRP), and human resources management. This complex implementation – which may take
as long as three to six months – will require extensive customization in areas such
as workflow, alerts, reporting, and managing multiple locations. Existing accounting,
customer, inventory, and materials data needs to be migrated from custom legacy systems.
The solution also must work seamlessly with other solutions, including Microsoft
Outlook, project scheduling applications, tax software, and the systems of key