Features & Functions

SAP Business One allows managers and employees to access and use information more effectively — so they can make smart business decisions. The comprehensive solution covers all the core operations necessary to run your business successfully.

Business Administration

Financial Accounting

Handles all financial transactions, including general ledger, account setup and maintenance, journal entries, foreign currency adjustments and budgets .

Bank Transactions

Takes care of all financial processing such as cash receipts, check writing, deposits, advance payments, credit card payments, and bank reconciliation.

Sales and Distribution

Helps you create price quotes, enter customer orders, set up deliveries, update stock balances and manage all invoices and accounts receivables .


 Manages and maintains vendor contracts and transactions, including issuing purchase orders, updating in-stock numbers, calculating the value of imported items, handling returns and credits, and processing payments.

Outlook Integration

Integrates with Microsoft Outlook so employees can synchronize calendars, contacts, and tasks.

Customer Relationship Management

Sales Opportunity Management

 Records every sales opportunity, from the first phone call to the successful close of a transaction.

Business Partner Management

Controls all information about customers, resellers, and vendors, including profiles, contact summaries, account balances, and sales pipeline analysis.

Service Management

Enables service operations, contract management, service planning, tracking of customer interaction, and customer support.

Material Requirements Planning [MRP]

 Manages MRP through a wizard-based process that enables users to define a planning scenario and predict demand based on forecasts.


Warehouse Management

 Handles inventory levels, item management, price lists, special price agreements, transfers between warehouses and stock transactions.


Creates reports for nearly every aspect of your enterprise, including customer and supplier debt, sales, cash flow, customer-contact summaries, bookkeeping, warehouse stock, financial statements, pricing and customer activity.