The company-wide integration of processes brings you tangible advantages: a smooth business operation, good cooperation within the company network and well-founded decisions. With SAP Business One as part of a multi-tier software strategy, you can integrate your subsidiaries easily and cost-effectively.

Integrate your business activities with SAP Business One for your subsidiaries

SAP Business One is not only suitable for small and medium-sized enterprises - it is also SAP’s best-selling solution for smaller branch offices and sales offices. Several thousand customers worldwide benefit from the best of both worlds: standardization and control of business activities coupled with local responsiveness.

  • Reduce the time, effort and costs of expansion
  • Integrate and standardize processes and data: out-of-the-box thanks to the SAP Integration Framework – find out more here!
  • Create connections to applications across your entire business network
  • Maximize your global presence: SAP Business One is used in more than 150 countries!

The right balance

Requirements for business software are complex and often contradictory. For example, headquarters require a software that ensures uniformity, efficient business processes, compliance with all regulations and transparency. These requirements are met with standardizing and template-based ERP software.

Subsidiaries, on the other hand, want the most flexible software possible to achieve their individual strategic goals: to achieve more growth, to open up new markets or to reduce costs through global procurement and production. They need a lot of flexibility, but they also have to be integrated into higher-level corporate structures.

In this case, a multi-tier ERP strategy is advisable. It protects the ERP investments already made in the headquarters while smaller and flexible business software provides subsidiaries with more possibilities for autonomous action.

SAP standard integration

The first level software, for example SAP ERP, is used in larger branches, while the smaller branches use second level software (tier-two), for example SAP Business One. Both business solutions are linked to form a coordinated system for processes, applications and data.

Thanks to the integration framework included in SAP Business One, an open platform that delivers out-of-the-box integration scenarios that can be flexibly adapted and expanded, you not only protect your investment, but also have a clear IT strategy based on ONE solution provider: SAP.