Ecommerce For Sap Business - Oneby John Smith Learner
It is time to focus on the "solution" versus the "tool". SAP does not provide e-commerce solutions as part of its SAP Business ONE portfolio. It is therefore important to review the market situation and provide information and resources on current e-commerce offerings. Through collaboration and online discussions with partners and customers, we have compiled and summarized the success factors of the ideal SAP Business One e-commerce solution. When deciding on an e-commerce solution that works with SAP Business One, you can evaluate the available resources based on these success factors. To do this in an organized way, we will follow the path below:
We first consider a solution scenario based on SAP Business ONE. This is followed by a brief assessment of the target market and its constraints. We then define the "criteria" against which the properties can be assessed. In essence, these benchmarks are designed to assess the ability of a solution to "capture business momentum." There are many features and functions. We have included the key e-commerce features that need to be offered in one solution to ensure full functionality. The last step is to test the key features of e-commerce with your target user base in mind. We try to measure the total solution with the innovative "Simple but powerful test - SYPT". This visualization is based on the Newton Cradle concept and shows the potential of the solution to "capture the business momentum".
The need for web technologies is ubiquitous, and the return on investment for web applications is "undeniable." Using the method described in this White Paper, you can "object" and make a better decision on the "right" solution. We will focus on products that are highly integrated with SAP Business One. Therefore, e-commerce solutions that are not integrated with SAP Business ONE are ignored in the design. Any solution can be included, and it is not our intention to provide an integration guide in this document. We focus on solutions that use DI-APIs or similar tools to "extend" SAP processes on the web. No "manual" integration will be included in this White Paper. The aim of this document is to emphasize the need for comprehensive solutions that integrate seamlessly.
Start-ups now need easy-to-use, easy-to-implement solutions that can help "drive growth." Growth is one thing, but it is important to "manage" growth. Later, we'll see how success factors can help you decide how to turn to Growth Management with the solution you want. In the next section, we will define and define the target market for SAP Business ONE e-commerce solutions.
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