Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

From small things big things grow

In our experience, it is never too early to implement a financial management or ERP system for your business. SAP understands that from small things big things grow, and SAP Business One is designed to efficiently manage that growth to ensure you can achieve your vision.

SAP Business One has been specifically designed with smaller businesses in mind, and is a fully scalable solution that is both easy to use and affordable, and designed to meet the ever-changing demands of growing organisations.

Why is SAP Business One the right fit for you?

Whether you are the next big thing in technology, an independent producer or a service provider, whatever your business model may be, it will require reliable integrated accounting and business management software that will maximise your efficiency and drive profitable growth

With SAP Business One you have the chance to take your business to the next level:

  • Automate and accelerate your end-to-end business processes
  • Access real-time business insights through in depth reports and business intelligence
  • Give your business the ability to be proactive in forward planning and managing growth
  • Choose from on-premise, on-demand, or mobile deployment options
  • Improve decision making and customer satisfaction with real-time insights

Frequently asked questions from SMEs

Isn't SAP just for large companies?
No. Big company benefits are equally available for small and midsize enterprises. SAP Business One now has more clients in the SME market space than any other enterprise sector. This is the market SAP is betting its future on.

How soon is too soon to benefit from an integrated business management solution?
With SAP Business One it is never too soon to enable your business to grow.

What is every organisation's goal?
Efficiency. To reach their full potential organisations require real-time information at the touch of a button across the entire business.

Do I need to prepare for being global?
You do. With international markets becoming a prominent area of growth, companies need a system that can deal with multi-currency, multi-localisation and can still provide a single source of truth.