There has been a fantastic enhancement with SAP Business One V10.0 with having a web client. This has been based on SAP Fiori and with the web client allows users to use the browser to use SAP Business One. This is great news for clients who prefer a cloud deployment.
The maintenance period has ended for SAP Business One release 9.0/9.1/9.2/9.3 and this is a great time for clients to really think about cloud deployment of SAP Business One release 10.0 More information on SAP Business One maintenance and release strategy here.
With SAP Business One V10.0 there is also the fantastic news for SSP Partners such as The RIC Group, that the Service Layer supports HANA and SQL databases. We use a loosely coupled architecture with our Warehouse Management Solution which supports the Service Layer for integration.
When you are upgrading to SAP Business One V10 as a customer there are important questions to ask about the Add ons you are using or will be using. Does the Add On support the Web Client? Does the Add On use the Service Layer for integration?
In my opinion a key here with SAP Business One V10 is to look for Add Ons that support the Web Client and use the Service Layer for Integration. This will ensure you have future security and return on investment with your add on.
With this new world it is more important than ever to ensure your systems support cloud deployments and the add ons that you use with your ERP support cloud deployments.
SAP Business One has been serving small and midsize businesses for more than two decades. Chosen by >70,000 customers with ~ million users across >170 countries, it is SAP’s best-selling ERP solution by number of customers.
Available on premise and on the cloud with advanced extensibility and customization capabilities, SAP Business One is a great solution for the SMB market and with it’s Web Client it becomes even greater.
Bringing you the best of all worlds – it is based on SAP Fiori design principles and encapsulating SAP Business One core processes and business logic.
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