SAP Business One is a business management and accounting platform for small
and midsize companies. This software can be used out of the box, or can be
customized, or most commonly can be enhanced through Add-On software
certified by SAP. Add-Ons are the applications built by third party olution
providers that serve a specific function in SAP Business One. The end goal,
of course, is to have a complete system that serves the needs of the end user
with efficiency and effectiveness.
Orchestra has selected an approach that we feel allows us to best represent
the end user customer of our solutions. We sell, implement and support SAP
Business One, but we do not develop Add-On solutions for it. To satisfy the
needs of our customers not met by core functionality in B1, we look to firms
that develop solutions in their area of expertise and then ensure that their
SAP Business One 8.8 for Small and Midsize Enterprises
SAP Business One is an integrated business software that tailors its
application around the needs of small and midsize business owners. In one
single application, this tool manages all primary facets of your business,
including Financials, Sales, Purchasing, Inventory, Banking, Manufacturing,
Forecasts, Budgets, Reporting and more. SAP Business One 8.8 is the latest
version of the software, and it really elevates the application to a new
level of functionality and performance.
SAP Business One Benefits: BI and OnDemand
In thi... (more)
SAP Business One & Crystal Reports
Business Intelligence is now available to small and midsized companies
Crystal Reports 2008 for SAP Business One is now fully available to the tens
of thousands of companies running SAP Business One worldwide. With built in
business intelligence for SAP Business One, small and midsized companies can
now get a true 360 degree view of their business with easy to use tools and
pre-built reports. Orchestra has been bringing our readers the frontline news
on Crystal Reports for SAP Business One, so we thought it fitting to put
together this resource.
Today we bring you the true story of how small businesses can reap major
rewards from social media marketing. Even the little companies that seem too
small to warrant interest from the masses are finding that they have
something to say and there are people who will listen. Check it out.
To view the original story visit: www.necn.com
(NECN: Peter Howe, Littleton, Mass.) - With its humble little office and
warehouse next to the railroad tracks, fencing supplier Louis E. Page Inc.
may not immediately look like a firm using cutting-edge marketing. But in
fact, the 116-year-old comp... (more)
LinkedIn has become the professional's social network site, and it is gaining
popularity fast. Add in the purchase of a stake in LinkedIn by SAP, and you
can see why Orchestra is so heavily invested in LinkedIn.
LinkedIn provides professionals a place for open and honest business
discussion, without the anonymity of other social media sites that can lead
LinkedIn is featured in an article as one of the top startups in Silicon
*Obviously one of the world's largest news providers doesn't use Drupal, as
you can see form the ugly URL. Maybe someday the... (more)