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What SAP Business One includes

All the basic modules work together to provide visibility to your business data in real-time.

Unlike other business management software solutions, SAP Business One includes the essential business modules. The finance, sales, purchasing, inventory, production, service, and project management modules work together to provide real-time visibility to your business data. Integrating this data in one system instead of multiple disconnected systems or spreadsheets eliminates duplicate data entry, costs, and related errors.



SAP Business One software, designed exclusively for small and midsize businesses, incorporates almost everything needed to manage your company, from the first quote to the final balance sheet. Take a look at the modules included in SAP Business One and some of the critical capabilities of the software.

  • Manage general ledgers, journals, budgets, and accounts payables and receivables
  • Automate real-time accounting postings when relevant business events occur
  • Create financial reports, such as profit and loss, cash flow, balance sheets, and aging reports
Accounting and Finance
Accounting and finance
Inventory and distribution
  • Manage all information on all items and parts
  • Perform inventory counts, stock tracking, and transfers in real-time across multiple warehouse locations
  • Provide real-time inventory updates, inventory valuation, and availability checks
  • Support the pick-and-pack process
Inventory and Distribution
  • Create customer quotes, sales orders, invoices, and delivery documents
  • Track sales opportunities and activities from first contact to final closing
  • Maintain customer price-lists
Sales & Customer Relationship Management
Sales and CRM
Reporting and Dashboards
  • Use the drag and relate feature to click through and combine all relevant information to obtain complete visibility of all business operations
  • Create management dashboards that provide key performance indicators (KPIs), such as sales bookings, year-to-date revenue, accounts receivable, and open orders
Reporting and Dashboard
  • Create purchase orders, purchase deliveries, purchase returns, and credit notes
  • Maintain all vendor information and have a history of vendor purchases
  • Manage all data on all items and parts
  • Control bills of materials (BOMs), including product descriptions, warehouse location, and quantities
  • Generate automatic production and inventory replenishment orders needed in the quantities and time specified by the production schedule
  • Create material requirements planning (MRP) scenarios to a planning horizon
Manufacturing and Production Operations
  • Workflow-based alerts to monitor, notify, and take action on specific business events
  • Easy-to-use customizations with user-defined fields, forms, queries, and reports
  • Extensible software development kits (SDKs) and partner add-ons to meet specific industry vertical needs
Administration and Customization
  • Manage service contracts
  • Create service calls and service tickets
  • Enable a knowledge database of problems and resolutions to facilitate customer service
  • Enable customer tracking across interactions
  • Manage project tasks, stages, phases, and issues
  • Track and analyze project estimates and actual costs
  • Review your project using Gantt charts
  • Store project related documents in one place
Project Management
Project management