Join Steven Lipton for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of SAP Business One Essential Training.
- [Steve] There's lots of resources for you to explore … in depth everything about SAP Business One. … To start, there's the SAP Business One Academy … which will go into even more depth … about each of the modules I've discussed here. … Several channel partners have published webinars … on various tips and tricks and new add-ons … you can add to your system. … You'll find most of them on YouTube. … Three I find useful are … the Mitchell Consulting Group webinars, … anything by Richard Duffy, … he moves around and so he's in several places. … It's best to just search for him on YouTube … or look to his Twitter feed @richardaduffy. … And finally, there's Vision33's Carl Lewis. … Speaking of Carl Lewis, he's also the lead author … of the SAP Business One: User Guide. … You'll probably want to check that one out. … It's a very comprehensive book … to all the modules in SAP Business One. … One more place to spend a few days in depth … for SAP Business One is the Biz.ONE Conference, … which usually takes place in late October. …
- Benefits and limitations of Business One
- Setting personal preferences
- Working with key modules, including Business Partners
- Granting and revoking user permissions
- Navigation and user functions
- Choosing the modules you need for your business
- Reporting in Business One
- Exporting reports and documents to Excel
- Changing the look and defaults of modules
Skill Level Beginner
Overview of the project1m 8s
2. Get Started
3. Modules: The Top 6
4. Navigation and User Functions
5. Choosing the Modules You Need
Next steps2m 21s
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