SAP Business One is arranged into 15 functional modules, covering the typical functions in a business organization. The most widely used modules are Financials, Sales Opportunities, Sales – A/R, Purchasing A/P, Business Partners, Banking and Inventory.
Administration, where setup of the various core settings in the application are done
CRM, where common sales employee tasks link to the other modules (NB: The module is purely here for usability and offer no new features of its own) (only SAP 9.3 and higher)
Financials, where definition of Chart of Account are set up and the core Journal Entries can be created
Opportunities, where Lead generation are used to keep track of potential Sales and Purchases
Sales - A/R, where the sales flow (Quotation > Order > Delivery > AR Invoice) are managed
Purchasing - A/P, where the purchase flow (Quotation > Order > GRPO > AP Invoice) are managed
Business Partners, where master data of Leads, Customer and Supplier are maintained
Banking, where payment of Incoming (sales) and Outgoing (purchase) payments are created
Inventory, where master data of goods to be sold/purchased are maintained and their quantity/value in warehouses are tracked
Resources, where master data of resources (machines and people) to be used in production are defined (capacity and planning) (only SAP 9.1 and higher)
Production, where Bill of Materials master data are maintained and Production orders are created
Project Management, where you define projects (what you do when) (only SAP 9.2 and higher)
Material Requirements Planning (MRP), where forecasts of needed items in sales/production are defined in order to make purchase order recommendations
Service, where management of service contracts are maintained and service calls are created
Human Resources, where employee master data (names, contract information, roles, etc.) are maintained
Each module handled specific business tasks on its own, but is linked to the other modules where applicable. For instance, an invoice from the billing transaction of Sales & Distribution would pass through to accounting, where it will appear in accounts receivable and cost of goods sold.
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M.P. Narayana Menon 1921 freedom fighter,
Poonthanam, author of the poem Njanappana,
E.M.S. Namboodiripad, born in Elamkulam,
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Nalakath Soopy, MLA for 26 years from 1980- 2006 and former Minister for Education
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