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Difference between sap business one and my sap

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What is the difference between Difference between sap business one and my sap..please explain briefly..

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    Posted on May 02, 2008 at 10:50 AM

    SAP Business One was launched in Jan 2006 in India. Sap business one is an integrated business solution for

    small and mid-size enterprises. It is affordable, powerful and user friendly. It provides complete knowledge of financials,

    Sales & Distribution, services, purchase.

    MySAP is integrated software that targets business software requirements of large organizations in all industries and sectors.SAP B1 is an integrated economical business management solution designed specifically for small and midsize enter prises. MySAP requires ABAP programming knowedge for technical and certification for functional specialization for individual modules. SAP B1 consolidates all modules in one software. Learning is easy . In MySAP one can learn one module at a time. In SAP B1 one can learn all the modules at one time. In MySAP one has to learn ABAP. In SAP B1 one, does not require knowledge of ABAP. As declared by SAP, 60% of global SAP implementations are in SAP B1.

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    Posted on May 02, 2008 at 10:37 AM

    Hi,

    SAP Business one is the software offered to small and medium sized businesses.

    mySAP is an out-of-date term used to describe SAP's large enterprise software (R/3, CRM, etc) now described as SAP business suite.

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    Nick

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