Does your business need a platform to automate processes and support growth? Then talk to SAP, the company enabling 47,000 organisations worldwide achieve their potential and become Best Run Businesses. SAP has enterprise software solutions for businesses of all sizes.
Does your business need a platform to automate processes and support growth? Then talk toSAP, the company enabling 47,000 organisations worldwide achieve their potential and become Best Run Businesses. SAP has enterprise software solutions for businesses of all sizes. SAP provides a comprehensive, industry-specific, range of software applications for automating business processes, including finance, human resource (HR), customer relationship management (CRM), supply chain and business intelligence. If you are a small to medium sized business (SMEs) you may be thinking: We can’t afford SAP. Think again. SAP has enterprise software solutions for a business your size. In fact 85 per cent of SAP customers in Australia and New Zealand are SMEs.
Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP)
The SAP ERP application is the software foundation enterprises trust to achieve business excellence and innovation. Leveraging this foundation and integrated industry specific functionality, customers can build the business processes they need today – and tomorrow. Based on industry best practices, SAP ERP draws from 35 years of experience with more than 47,000 customer implementations. SAP ERP delivers the powerful functionality, global orientation, flexible enhancement package options customers need to gain a sustainable, competitive advantage and position for profitable growth. SAP ERP supports a broad range of business processes. These include financial management, human capital management, procurement and logistics execution, product development and manufacturing, sales and service, and corporate service. Using the robust functionality that SAP ERP provides for these business processes, organisations can:
- More tightly link business processes and improve visibility
- Extend your enterprise network and enable collaboration with customers, partners, suppliers
- Enhance financial management and reporting
- Effectively manage your workforce – both locally and globally
- Achieve superior flexibility for addressing new business requirements
- Gain easier access to enterprise information and reports
- Lower the cost of deploying industry based processes
- More easily integrate add-on applications and processes
- Reduce total cost of ownership.
SAP’s ERP offering scales to meet the business requirements of small, midsize and large enterprises in industries with local or global reach.
ERP for small businesses
SAP Business One
Need more than accounting tools? Manage every aspect of your small or midsize business with SAP Business One.
Gain greater control over your SME or subsidiary with SAP Business One, business management software designed to grow with you. Trusted by over 55,000 companies in 150 countries, this single solution streamlines your key processes – from accounting and CRM to supply chain management and purchasing.
- Capture all of your business information in a single, scalable system/li>
- Get answers to your most pressing questions with integrated business intelligence/li>
- Give employees on-the-go access to the software via an intuitive mobile app/li>
- Deploy on premise or in the cloud in as little as 2 to 8 weeks/li>
ERP for midsize companies
Run all aspects of your midsize business with an on-premise or cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that helps you do more of what you do best.
SAP Business ByDesign
SAP Business ByDesign gives fast-growing mid-market businesses the platform to turn growth potential into real results. This cloud-based ERP solution connects every function across your company – from finance to CRM – to time-tested best practices and in-depth analytics. You’ll get the foundation to scale and compete without the complexity and cost, so you can grow your business your way –anytime, anywhere, and on almost any device.
- Run your entire business on one secure cloud suite
- Streamline end-to-end processes and maximise efficiency across your organisation
- Gain timely business insights with integrated analytics and reporting
- Drive operational excellence with built-in business processes
- Manage your business from anywhere, at any time, with built-in mobile apps
Find out more about SAP Business ByDesign
SAP S/4HANA Cloud
Gain the ultimate business advantage with the intelligent, next-generation ERP Cloud business suite – SAP S/4HANA Cloud. It integrates every business process, turns real-time data into actions, and increases employee productivity—with the security you expect from SAP – enabling you to innovate, transform and run ahead.
- Make data-driven decisions with predictive analytics
- Improve automation, efficiency, and agility through machine learning
- Simplify consolidation and integration between headquarters and subsidiaries with 2-tier deployment
- Extend easily with native integration to other SAP solutions and open interfaces
Find out more about SAP S/4HANA Cloud
CRM and Customer Experience
Win in the experience economy by differentiating and growing your business and delivering exceptional customer experiences.
Find out more about Customer Relationship Management
SAP ERP Human Capital Management (SAP ERP HCM) is a complete and integrated human capital management solution that delivers unmatched global capability. SAP ERP HCM gives organisations the tools needed to manage their most important asset: people. The solution equips executives, HR professionals, and line managers to hire the best talent, as well as train and cultivate the skills of their workforce. SAP ERP HCM helps organisations throughout the world increase performance with an efficient, committed, and motivated workforce. With integrated building blocks and an unmatched partner ecosystem, the solution supports shared services and business process outsourcing – reducing cost and risk for these deployment models. The software solution automates all core human resource processes, such as employee administration, payroll, and legal reporting, increases efficiency and supports compliance with changing global and local regulations.
Build and extend as your business grows
Organisations that use SAP can add CRM, supply chain management, product lifecycle functionality as their needs evolve which reduces cost and facilitates change. SAP is a platform for growth, innovation and operational excellence. In today’s business climate, companies must address challenges such as industry consolidation, talent shortages, heightened expectations from customers and stakeholders, and increased regulatory demands. To meet these challenges, organisations must be able to respond quickly, simply and with minimal additional cost. Business leaders need IT that is flexible, robust and secure.
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