SAP Business ByDesign Overview

What is SAP Business ByDesign?
SAP Business ByDesign is a cloud-based business management software that supports everything from finance to CRM – and is available anytime, anywhere, on almost any device. It helps medium-sized businesses seize new opportunities and accelerate growth – and it helps subsidiaries take advantage of head office resources, while keeping their flexibility.
  • Streamline end-to-end processes and maximize efficiency across your organization
  • Gain timely business insights with integrated analytics and reporting powered by SAP HANA
  • Manage your business from anywhere, at any time, with built-in mobile apps
  • Rely on highly secure data centers that are managed, monitored, and maintained by SAP experts
SAP Business ByDesign Customers

Standard Bank of South Africa, AOK Bundesverband, PT XL Axiata Tbk, Tvoy Dom, Schaidt Innovations GmbH & Co. KG, DeLaval International AB, EMC Corporation, Lenovo, Castle Importing Inc., Unilever, Rifle Paper Co., RAK Ceramics, Rough Country, B&G Manufacturing, Life is good Inc., Joy Global Inc., City of Cape Town

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Weerakhan Tantiphaiboontana
Chief Process Officer at Netizen Co., Ltd.
Reseller
Top 10Leaderboard
May 17, 2019
Improves our organization with efficient and accurate data processing

What is our primary use case?

Our primary use case is for financial reporting and accounting.

Pros and Cons

  • "The most valuable feature is the feature called Financial Closing Cockpit. This feature allows us to monitor our accounting and processing closely."
  • "I would say budget controlling needs improvement. I mention this because it does not have all the functionalities that we need in terms of managing the budget."

What other advice do I have?

My advice to anyone considering this solution is that they need to understand how the solution works. They should start small and start by adopting the software in a small area. Cover only a few business functions first, and then after when they become more familiar with the system, then they can expand the usage. That's the most effective method, but a lot of people tend to use big bang approach, where you make sure that the deployment covers all the functions in your organization and that can be very time consuming and costly. On a scale from 1-10, where 10 represents the best and one is the…