Australian companies are seeing substantial shifts to digital transformation – the use of technology to streamline operations is offering a competitive advantage to companies that embrace technology. With an ever-increasing number of data sources – ERP, CRM, marketing data, IoT and e-commerce, businesses are trying to turn big data volumes into meaningful analytics for timely
The team at Leverage Technologies gets asked this question on a daily basis – “I am implementing SAP Business One – how long should it take”. Over the last 10 years I have heard companies quote 2 weeks to 12 months (and everything in-between) for an SAP Business One implementation. The truth is that there
This is part two of our blog and YouTube posting about writing your own reports in SAP Business One. In part one of this blog we discussed writing queries using the Query Generator. Now let’s consider dashboards, KPI’s and MS Excel Pivot table reporting for SAP Business One. Dashboards, KPIs and pivot tables can be
If you have customers from all over the world transacting in different currencies, you might find it challenging to convert this into your company base currency for Accounting purposes. SAP Business One is capable of handling many different currencies and converting them back into your company base currency, provided that the correct exchange rates etc.
The team at Leverage Technologies has launched a dedicated SAP Business One website www.leveragebusinessone.com.au This site is intended to give SAP Business One customers, users and companies considering using SAP Business One a “one stop shop” of useful SAP Business One information. There are multiple SAP Business One experts that are regularly contributing to the
Leverage Technologies is thrilled to announce that Richard Duffy has joined the team at Leverage Technologies – based in the Leverage Sydney office. Richard Duffy worked as part of the SAP Business One Global team for 10 years before spending a year in the United States working for Acumatica. Richard has been appointed as the
This is a continuation of a previous blog (available here). We hope that these two blogs help you run your warehouse and inventory better. Lost orders? Count them. The finance director wants you to hold less stock – after all excess stock ties up cash flow. The sales team wants you to have as much