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Sap B1 overview

Hi ,

Just i curious to know about Sap Business One ,can you pals give me some links and general overview about Sap B1..

I want to know wether we can transfer data from sap B1 to Sap R/3..

If so how we can do that...

Thanks

Parnith

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 02:25 PM

    Hi,

    Check out the demo.

    http://www.sap.com/search/lp/Business_Management_and_ROI.epx?campaigncode=CRM-US04-BU1-SEARCHENG&source=gawussmb25

    After looking the documents on the page above, I'm not really sure what is used. Check out the PDF documents at the above link.

    Check this link

    http://www.sap.com/solutions/sme/businessone/index.epx

    SAP B1 has some very interesting in-built workflow capabilities which can be deployed "out of the box" and the only disadvantage of this is that your organizational processes and procedures needs to be adjusted to fit within the parameters of the solutions. As for Dynamics Nav, such capabilities are not available "out of the box" and some customization (using BizTalk) would be required to deploy such control capabilities. However, in terms of analysis of management information, the "Dimensions" concept of MsDynamics Nav are way better that many other software solutions that I have used.

    So, whether it is SaaS or any other approach, it basically depends of how much management flexibility is required and also the depth of reporting requirements that you require. I still believe that the unique functional requirements of your organization should be the key factors determining the selected solution.

    SAP B1 is generally buggy and lacks deep functionality. The product is a mile long and an inch deep, which basically means that when looking at overview demos and reading the sales and marketing material from SAP about the application, it sounds like it does it all. However, when you actually get into using the application and want to take it a step further, you will run into some trouble. I think that B1 is probably going away in the long term, and will be replaced by A1S, depending on the success of A1S of course. If it does not go away, it is more likely that it will become a pure small market product, competing with Dynamics SL (Salomon), Quickbooks Enterprise, and Microsoft Office Accounting. B1 is not for growing businesses or more complex businesses.

    Regards,

    Satish

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 03:01 PM

    Hi Parnith,

    This link could be useful to know:

    http://www.training-classes.com/providers/00/20/2049_nascent_technologies.php if you want to take SAP training but for SAP B1, you could try to ask them if they have info about it.

    Please contact Aldea Infotech Pvt Ltd if you are interested in taking classes in SAP B1. We are an authorized education partner for SAP B1 training in Chennai, Madurai and Hyderabad. More information from http://www.aldeainfotech.com or call us at 044-45535000

    if you are an authorized SAP Business One partner, you can also access the e-learning on the Channel Partner Portal free of charge.

    If you are not a partner (yet), I recommend to participate in a training course of our SAP Business One partners.

    hope this helps.

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    cheers,

    Hema.

    Edited by: Alvaro Tejada Galindo on Jan 29, 2008 10:33 AM

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