SAP Business ONE Implementation: LITE


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  • Quickly get up and running with SAP Business ONE for optimizing your business
  • Take advantage of real-time information by learning how to run reports
  • Learn from real-world data migration scenarios

Book Details

Language : English
Paperback : 116 pages [ mm x mm ]
Release Date : May 2011
ISBN : 1849683786
ISBN 13 : 9781849683784
Author(s) : Wolfgang Niefert
Topics and Technologies : All Books, Enterprise Products and Platforms, Lite Editions

Table of Contents

Preface
Chapter 1: SAP Business ONE Express Implementation Walk-through
Chapter 2: Data Migration Scenarios:What to Migrate and How
Chapter 3: Consolidated Reporting and Dashboard Design
Index
  • Chapter 1: SAP Business ONE Express Implementation Walk-through
    • Configuring a new SAP Business ONE company Lemonade Stand Inc.
      • Prerequisites for the case study
      • Options to configure a system quickly
        • The ad hoc prototyping method
        • Use a template database
        • Use an industry solution
        • Perform a thorough analysis
      • Problems with this simple example
    • Future way for SAP implementation
    • Your own project
    • The Lemonade Stand case study
      • Company Name
      • Database Name
      • Local Settings
      • Chart of Accounts
      • Base Language
      • Define Posting Periods
      • Walk-through configuration
      • Choose Company
      • Exchange Rates and Indexes
      • Company details and settings
        • Company details
      • What is the valuation method?
      • Essential configuration parameters
        • G/L Account Determination
        • Default payment terms for banking
        • Tax
        • Payment terms for customers and vendors
        • Setting the stock system
    • Getting ready for transactions
      • Business partners and marketing documents
      • Office integration
      • Don't rush—details will always catch up
      • Business partner master data
      • Add sales people
      • Item groups
      • Almost done
      • Sales stages
      • Entering master data
    • Transaction digestion
    • Summary
    • Chapter 2: Data Migration Scenarios:What to Migrate and How
      • What you will learn about data migration
      • The project plan
      • Data sources—where is my data?
        • Microsoft Excel and text data migration
        • Microsoft Access
        • SQL
        • SaaS (Netsuite, Salesforce)
        • Other legacy data
        • AS/400 or Mainframe
        • Peachtree, QuickBooks, and Act!
      • Data classification in SAP Business ONE
        • Master data
        • Transaction data
        • SAP DI-API
      • Migration scenarios and key decisions
        • New company (start-up)
        • Islands of data scenario
        • IBM legacy data migration
        • SQL migration
      • Process of migration for your project
      • SAP standard import features
        • Standard import/export features—walk-through
        • Standard import/export features for your own project
      • Data Migration Workbench (DTW)
        • The DTW templates and business objects
        • Connecting to DTW
        • The DTW examples and templates
        • DTW for your own project
      • Advanced data migration tools: xFusion Studio
        • xFusion packs save migration knowledge
        • Data "massaging" using SQL
        • Working with xFusion
    • Tips and recommendations for your own project
      • Common issues
      • Recommendation
    • Case study
      • Importing sales opportunities for the Lemonade Stand
      • Specifying source and target
      • Selecting the target "business object"
      • Data mapping
      • Review the data transfer in SAP
    • Summary
      • Chapter 3: Consolidated Reporting and Dashboard Design
        • What you will learn about reporting in this chapter
        • The project plan
        • Reporting strategy for your own project
        • Standard terms related to reporting
          • SQL, query, and stored procedure
          • Crystal Reports
          • Data warehousing
        • SAP reporting components
          • Reports in SAP Business ONE
          • Drag and relate
          • Queries
          • Formatted Search
          • XL Reporter
          • Crystal Reports
        • Report design from information requirement to query and report
          • Canned reports in SAP
          • Queries
          • Excel or Crystal
          • Information requirement (list, summary, monthly, real-time, and presentation)
          • Budget activation and budget reporting for your own business—the center of every reporting strategy
        • SAP Crystal Reports add-on
          • The Crystal Reports add-on
          • Crystal Reports add-on installation
        • SAP XL Reporter
          • XL Reporter design process
            • Open the Report Organizer
            • Open the Report Composer
            • Drag report dimensions into lower pane
            • Create a report using Report Generator
            • Save the report
            • Import into Report Manager
            • Update the SAP menu
            • Evaluate sample reports
            • Your own project
        • CrystalWave reporting
          • General settings
          • Delivery options
          • Printing preferences
          • Example email creation
          • CrystalWave summary
        • Case study (the XL Reporter dashboard)
        • Summary

        Wolfgang Niefert

        Wolfgang Niefert studied "Wirtschafts-Informatik" at the European Business School in Oestrich Winkel – Germany. The international management program included programs in London and San Diego with focus on Computer Science and Economics. He has more than 15 years experience with international SAP Implementations. A certification for SAP Production Planning allows him to relate larger SAP solutions to SAP Business ONE. Wolfgang also designed the N2ONE Portal for SAP Business ONE that allows the real-time management of e-commerce functionality.

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        What you will learn from this book

        • Gain an introduction to an agile implementation method for SAP Business ONE
        • Get to grips with analysis with Crystal and XL Reporter
        • Migrate data from different sources into SAP Business ONE using different tools and methods 
        • Comprehensively evaluate which data to import 
        • Enhance the standard SAP reporting functionality 

        In Detail

        SAP Business ONE brings the power of the SAP ERP platform to small and mid-size companies. It offers fast-growing companies the same ERP capabilities that are used in world-wide conglomerates and major corporations. SAP Business ONE is powerful, and to fully harness it takes careful planning.

        This book will provide you with quick tips to implement SAP Business ONE in your business, starting with the basics of installation and configuration. You’ll then learn how to utilize dashboards and reports for quick analysis as well as data migration best practices along the way.

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        Approach

        With clear instructions and plenty of screenshots, this book will provide you with the core skills you need to implement SAP Business One in your business. The material has been carefully selected from Packt’s fuller 320 page SAP Business ONE Implementation.

        Who this book is for

        If you are a technically savvy business owner, entrepreneur, or departmental manager who wants to get their small to mid-sized company up and running with the power of an SAP ERP platform, then this book is not to be missed.

        No previous experience with SAP or ERP is required.

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