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Larger scale implementations of SAP Business One

Hi,

I am currently implementing an insallation of 100 users (Probably 30 concurrent), using most of the functionality of Business One (Excluding HR / Production / Sales Ops).

I wondered if people doing similiar scaled implementations had come across any "Pain points" with performance etc.

Any feedback or tips would be helpful.

Damian

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 10:48 PM

    It is not normal to have such amount of concurrent user in B1. Since B1 is designed for SME, the best performance would be < 25 users if I remember correctly. It should still be ok to use it. HOwever, something should be checked as follows:

    1. Do they have branches or divisions that with distinguished business process? If yes, better to set up more than one database so that the database size can be controlled. Furthermore, the security could be controlled better too.

    2. The number of Items, BPs, and Warehouses must be controlled carefully to reduce any duplication or unnecessary detail.

    3. Eliminate the previous transactions upload. Just load enough open balance to start.

    The list could be very long. Here is my 2 cents.

    Thanks and Good Luck,

    Gordon

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 11:16 PM

    Hi ,

    Take a look at this to make yourself more comfortable

    https://websmp108.sap-ag.de/~sapidb/011000358700000320922008E/

    For me , i would try to keep implementation as simple as possible and strict business rules .

    Try to avoid maximum customization .

    This is my opinion .

    Thank you

    Bishal

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