- 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
- [Steven] The goal of business is to make money. Tracking all the various processes in any business is a daunting task. Business systems can track cashflow as it goes in and out the door and all the details in between. For small and medium companies too big for small web-based applications, and wanting better, integrated reporting across their business processes, there is SAP Business One. We'll look at all the primary modules from accounts payable to accounts receivable, through inventory and production, to financial statements and reporting. We'll follow the story of a computer distributor as they use SAP Business One with a pizza restaurant customer, and how they might set up and customize their system. Hi, I'm Steven Lipton, CIO of a manufacturing company running SAP Business One. Join me on LinkedIn Learning for my course on SAP Business One.
Overview of the project1m 8s
2. Get Started
3. Modules: The Top 6
4. Navigation and User Functions
5. Choosing the Modules You Need
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