MARKETING & SALES EXECUTIVE
The role will involve writing copy, creating marketing campaigns, maintaining blog posts and e-shots. Sales experience is a preferred as marketing campaigns will require ‘follow up’ activities.
The position may lead to a permanent position for the right candidate.
Please send CVs to or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE
Working from home and in partnership with our Marketing Executive, this position will involve all business development activities. Strong sales experience preferred. Please send CVs to or email email@example.com for more information.
With the likes of Sage 50, Quick Books and Mamut directly in SAP’s crosshairs, The SAP Business One Starter Package is guaranteed to have these software houses worried.
You’d be forgiven for thinking “it’s from SAP, it’s going to cost a small fortune”. Wrong, SAP Business One Starter Package licences will cost less than a thousand pounds each and for that you get access to 80% of the full SAP Business One system.
The most interesting advantages of SAP Business One Starter Package offers over its main competitors is its ability to handle multi-currency transactions, open and closed accounting periods, built-in CRM, batch and serial numbers tracking, multi company and the fact that it operates on a Microsoft SQL platform.
To find out more about the SAP Business One Starter Package watch Richard Duffy’s presentation.
As your business grows, it can be challenging to manage complex processes and share information with everyone that needs it.
Many companies end up with a range of disparate software applications, each running separate parts of the business, in an attempt to meet all their different needs.
It was in response to the demands of customers who found themselves in just this situation that we developed the Sage 200 Suite.
Combining applications for both front and back-office into a single, powerful, integrated solution, we have created a suite designed to manage complex processes and share information with whoever needs it, wherever they are.
Breaking down departmental barriers and helping business to make smarter decisions, based on up to the minute information, the Sage 200 Suite can quickly, simply, and easily connect different areas of your business.
Find out what existing Sage 200 Suite customers say…
Sage CRM for iPhone has been developed to enable sales teams to access Sage CRM through Apple’s iPhone.
It provides sales teams with access to critical real-time customer data while on the move and increases sales and service effectiveness at every stage of the sales cycle from lead and opportunity management to managing cases and customer issues.
Watch this short video to find out more…
A growing number of businesses I come into contact with are unknowingly being restricted by Sage 50′s abilities.
I’d like to stress that I’m in no way setting out to discredit the importance of Sage 50 as I think it’s an excellent product for start-up business, but unfortunately, it simply isn’t a future proof solution for growing business.
In this report I’ve summarised the main the limitations experienced with Sage 50.
1, License limitations
Sage 50 uses a basic Sage proprietary database and, according to a recent announcement by Sage, future versions of Sage 50 will not be switching to Microsoft SQL as reported. This will limit businesses to a maximum of six system users (recommended by Sage), as well as the levels of data storaged within the software application. But, most concerning is the issue with the database locking, restricting employees from performing multiple activity at the same time.
Sage 200 utilises the very latest Microsoft SQL Server database technology which has been tested to over 100 users and offers an unlimited sized database. Enabling your workforce to be productive 100% of the time.
2, Transaction limitations
The need to frequently archive data and slow system speeds is a classic sign that you’re at the limits of Sage 50.
This has many effects on your business. Firstly, it’s restricting your reporting capabilities. Secondly, a slow system means restricting employee productivity. E.g. employees will seek alternative tools to complete tasks, such as Microsoft Excel which is naturally located outside of your main database and thus counterproductive.
3, Inability to process foreign currency transactions
Sage 50 wasn’t designed to deal with multi-currency transactions. A workaround is to use different bank accounts for foreign currencies but this is time consuming process.
Sage 200 allows you to pay, receive any invoice in any currency and, unlike Sage 50, Sage 200 does not require separate bank accounts for each foreign currency.
4, Lack of reports and business analysis
The ability to report accurately is fundamental to every business. Analysing business performance, predicting customer trends, maximising profits and addressing problems before they happen isn’t an option with Sage 50.
Sage 200 provides users with powerful drill-down functionality across the entire system. Providing quick and easy access to data and allowing users to create their own reports. But even more that that if the standard reporting functionality with Sage 200 isn’t powerful enough for you, then Sage 200 Business Intelligence (BI) module provides business with grater reporting capabilities and business analysis.
5, Inability to close an accounting period after month end
The inability to close an accounting period in Sage 50 once month ends been completed is a common complaint as it often leads to keying errors, and time wasting tracking down items posted in the wrong period.
With Sage 200, managers can open, close and define the length of each accounting period neutralising the possibility of entering information in the wrong accounting period. Sage 200 allows periods to be closed individually by Sales, Purchase, Nominal, Stock and Cashbook.
6, Restrictive cost centres and departments
With only a single level nominal ledger structure, Sage 50 keeps things simple. However, business in today’s tough economy must be able to report and analyse income and expenditure by multi-levels within the chart of accounts.
Sage 200’s nominal ledger features a multi-level structure allowing rapid cost centre and departmental breakdown. This gives you complete flexibility when tracking budgets and producing profit and loss reports by product, sales region or even individual departments. Sage 200’s nominal ledger also simplifies VAT management whilst providing comprehensive analysis of VAT
7, Single stock valuation
Sage 50’s stock functionality is simple but very limited. By not allowing you to have multiple units of measure for a single stock item your restricted by the inability to report accurately on sales figures.
Sage 200 provides a huge amount of flexibility allowing the creation of multiple warehouses and attachment of stock items directly to them. Also, warehouses can be divided into two levels, allowing bins and racking shelves to be recorded.
8, Limited sales order processing
Sage 200 sales order processing functionally is vastly superior compared with Sage 50. Sales orders in Sage 200 can be generated automatically by using back to back purchase order functionality. Users may also elect to have goods delivered direct to the customer, directly into stock or allocated straight to an order. Read the rest of this entry »
SAP Business One has been designed specifically for businesses that need more than just a finance solution.
Businesses today demand complete business integration, that why SAP Business One delivers as standard:
- Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
- Stock management control
- Customer service management
- Batch and serial number tracking
- Real-time user driven Dashboards
- Industry leading reporting tools
- Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word integration
If you’re thinking “Yes, but SAP’s going to be too difficult to use and understand” don’t worry, SAP Business One was designed to be simple to use and easy to navigate.
Watch the presentation below and see how simple SAP Business One really is.
Please feel free to skip the introduction from Richard and start the presentation from 1:15