When we are discussing the associated project goals with a prospective client, or system road-maps with existing SAP Business One clients, there is one phase or project goal that is regularly listed:
“We want to be even more integrated”
The good news is SAP are listening. The new ‘SAP integration hub’ within the very latest release of SAP Business One Intercompany Module Version 10 PL34 – Read the SAP Intercompany Solution Overview Fact Sheet here.
As you would maybe expect, this is an additional layer on top of the established SAP B1if (integration framework or API).
What does the SAP Integration Hub mean for users
Ok that all sounds good I hear you say – but what does that mean to existing and prospective users of SAP Business One ERP software?
The speed at which ROI can be achieved for project phases that require additional application integrations will be increased, as some of the standard and sort after integration scenarios will be available and easy to set up out of the box with SAP Intercompany.
Integrations that are now available with SAP Business One Intercompany module include:
- Global parcel couriers (UPS)
- E Commerce platforms (Shopify)
- Currency exchange rate feeds
- Links to SMS TXT services
What this space
SAP have plans to continually deliver new scenarios for the most commonly used applications in these areas above, as well as other best of breed business applications within Production, Logistics, HR and Customer Services.
Our consultants help you through every step of the way with your integration of SAP Business One, making it as smooth a process as possible. Read more about our approach here and see what makes us different from other SAP partners.