SAP ERP Pricing, Reviews & Features

SAPSAP ERP solutions enable companies to run their business processes more efficiently through built-in industry best practices and advanced technology. Whether used as a comprehensive all-in-one business solution or integrated business area software, SAP ERP’s products and modules allow organizations to configure the right solution to address needs for improved analysis, reporting, and process automation. The ERP solutions integrate with an optimized database, cloud infrastructure, and intelligent tools for easy access to business insights.

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SAP ERP: Features and Strengths

Cloud ERP

SAP S/4HANA is a cloud enterprise resource planning solution with intelligent technologies such as AI, machine learning, and advanced analytics to provide users comprehensive, real-time information and predictions. Large companies can adopt new business models, make timely adjustments, and manage changes in less time. SAP S/4HANA supports industry best practices, includes live materials requirement planning, and allows for automation of processes. Its in-memory database and user-friendly interface gives users a powerful and personalized experience.

Integrated and Flexible

SAP Business One is a single solution for managing small businesses. Deployed on-premise or on the cloud, Business One includes accounting, financials, purchasing, inventory, sales, and CRM in an integrated platform that lets users streamline process. Built-in intelligence lets users capture critical information that is accessible across the company. The flexible ERP integrates with the HANA platform to take advantage of in-memory computing for analysis and reporting.

Scalable and Ready to deploy

SAP Business ByDesign is a comprehensive cloud solution that covers end-to-end business processes. Ideal for mid-market and growing companies, it includes pre-built processes for finance, sales, product management, and purchasing, among others, that allow users to quickly implement the ERP package. It is configurable and scalable that grows with the organization. Also, every process comes with embedded analytics that enable users to make decisions for higher efficiency and improved profitability.

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SAP ERP Pricing

SAP does not provide pricing information but interested parties can contact its sales team for a quote based on requirements.

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Who Uses SAP ERP?

SAP ERP solutions are for businesses of all sizes in all industries with a need for an integrated business information systems. In particular, SAP S/4HANA is a purely cloud solution ideal for large companies and enterprises, while SAP Business One and SAP Business ByDesign are available as cloud and on-premise solutions for small to midsize businesses. Customers include Colgate-Palmolive, Kmart Group, Maui Jim, Whirlpool, Carhartt, Angonabeiro, Coca-Cola HBC, and Kyocera Document Solutions Australia.

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SAP ERP Supported Languages

SAP ERP supports English (United States), Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English (Great Britain), Estonian, Finnish, French (Canada), French (France), German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kazakh, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Serbian (Latin), Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish (Colombia), Spanish (Spain), Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese languages.

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Case Studies

José Carlos Beato is the Regional Manager of a leading company specialized in the roasting and distribution of coffee products, including 100-percent Angolan coffees. When the Angolan government passed strict tax laws, the company needed an ERP solution that could comply with the new rules and keep the business running with minimal disruption. SAP ERP software’s features and experts enabled the company to obtain certification from the Angolan Tax Authorities in record time, complied to new rules, and enabled the company to continue running its ERP.

Rohan Higgins is the Chief Financial Officer of the Australian office of a multinational electronics, printing, and document services company. As the company handled an increasing volume of customer documents, it faced challenges from its highly customized legacy ERP system with poor real-time visibility and complicated processes. SAP’s cloud ERP solution and services allowed the company to move from a homegrown accounting system to a cloud-based ERP. It integrates processes, eliminates manual touch points, cuts operational costs, and created a reproducible model that the company can easily deploy at its subsidiaries.

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Why Choose SAP ERP?

SAP ERP software offers advanced and accessible AI-powered tools, analytics, and automation that cover all business processes. Real-time, relevant information gives users the understanding and basis to make better decisions so their businesses can be more innovative, efficient, and resilient. Industry expertise and professional services from SAP ensure that customers have reliable partners in implementing the solution and transforming the business.

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Company Info

SAP SE is a global software technology company with headquarters in Walldorf, Germany and offices in over 140 countries. SAP USA’s main office is located in Newtown Square, PA. System Analyse Programmentwicklung (SAP) was founded in 1972 by five former IBM employees Dietmar Hopp, Hasso Plattner, Hans-Werner Hector, Klaus Tschira, and Claus Wellenreuther. 50 years and more than 400,000 customers later, the company continues with its commitment to help companies of all sizes in all industries to run at their best.

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