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Case Study: Softengine Deploys SAP Business One
Case Study: Softengine Deploys SAP Business One

 
March 20, 2013 8:31AM
Softengine and SAP Business One ERP System Create Winning Recipe for Exclusive Artisan Oil Producer, La Tourangelle
 



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Alerts

The Softengine programming team also created three special alerts for La Tourangelle's corporate office: 1) A weekly alert listing all accounts payable invoices due within a week, 2) A list of all accounts receivable invoices that are past due and 3) A list of all customers who have not made a purchase within the last 45 days.

Results

Fully Integrated Financial and Inventory Systems Yield Dramatic Time-Savings and Boost in Staff Performance

SAP Business One's automation of La Tourangelle's unique business processes has proved highly beneficial in terms of organization-wide efficiencies and staff accountability. "After our new system was up and running, we were all able to breathe more freely," said Goffin. "Having a fully integrated system has inspired confidence that our financial and inventory information is accurate and up to date. Our employees now interact more cohesively and take greater ownership of their roles in the company. And I can close the books for the year in a fraction of the time it used to take."

Softengine's ability to effect a smooth transition from QuickBooks to the new SAP Business One ERP solution was also a great relief to Goffin and his staff. "Softengine implemented our SAP Business One system without any disruption to our business operations. In fact, the cutover from our old system to the new one occurred over one weekend and we were ready to go live the next business day. All Softengine personnel involved in our project were true professionals from the demo all the way through implementation," claimed Goffin.

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