SAP Business One - Operations

SAP Business One enables users to handle stock levels, item management, price lists, special price agreements, transfers between warehouses and stock transactions. You are also able to manage and maintain supplier transactions such as purchase orders, updating stock numbers and calculating the value of imported items.
Material Requirements Planning

SAP Business One offers a simple yet powerful planning system that helps production planners or buyers schedule and mange items for production or purchasing based on a variety of criteria

Define forecast: predict demand based on forecast, instead of relying on received orders.

Planning wizard: takes users through the process of creating planning scenarios in five easy steps.

Order recommendation: select recommended production orders and purchase orders automatically.

Purchasing

SAP Business One enables users to order materials or services from suppliers. These orders update the available quantity of the ordered items and inform the warehouse manager of the expected delivery date.

Goods receipt purchase order: receive a delivery at the warehouse or allocate deliveries to multiple warehouses.

Goods return: returns for repair or without credit can be handled using the goods returns documents

A/P invoice: create journal entries when processing supplier invoices.

A/P credit memo: issue a credit memo to the supplier to returned merchandise.

Landed costs: calculate the purchase process of imported merchandise.

Document drafts: print, edit and manage all purchasing documents that have been saved as drafts

Document printing: print all sales and purchasing documents, by period, document number or type.

Stock control

SAP Business One enables users to manage item, master information and maintain serial and batch numbers as well as price lists. You can also define alternative items, perform stock increase or decrease adjustments, revalue stock costs based on current market value, etc.

Item master data: define production items, purchase items, or non-stock items, including labour, travel or fixed assets.

Serial numbers: automatically generate based on templates. Also manually create and assign only on release of an item from stock or optionally on every transaction.

Batches: assign batches to products and classify them by shelf life or any other freely definable attributes. The batches can then be defined for these products in sales orders, delivery notes and stock movements.

Substitute items: create a list of items that can be suggested to the customer as alternatives if the required item is not available.

Define business partner catalogue number: maintains a cross-reference table of supplier part numbers. Supplier part numbers can be used on purchasing documents in lieu of stock part numbers.

Update stock method: easily select items from a list and change the current valuation method.

Goods receipt and goods issue: record goods receipts and issues that are not directly related to a sales or purchasing document

Stock transfer: move stock between warehouses

Stock posting: enter opening balances for stock items and update warehouse data in the system

Cycle counting systems: identifies when each item in stock is due to be counted

Material revaluation: make changes to existing stock prices

Price list: define any number of process lists and link them with customers or suppliers.

Special prices: define special prices for individual customer or suppliers - define quantity specify prices linked to order volume

Pick and pack manager: manage the picking and packing process within three queues.