Find an industry-specific ERP solution for your SME

Take advantage of the extensive industry functionality, best practices, and processes built into SAP Business One. Choose from industry-specific solutions for small and midsize businesses – and get the tools you need to excel in your field. Don’t see your industry listed below? No need to worry. SAP Business One is designed to work with small and mid-size businesses across all industries.

Gain greater control over your SME or subsidiary with SAP Business One, business management software designed to grow with you. Trusted by over 55,000 companies in 150 countries, this single solution streamlines your key processes – from accounting and CRM to supply chain management and purchasing.

  • - Capture all of your business information in a single, scalable system
  • - Get answers to your most pressing questions with integrated business intelligence
  • - Give employees on-the-go access to the software via an intuitive mobile app
  • - Deploy on premise or in the cloud in as little as 2 to 8 weeks*

SAP Business One is an affordable, easy-to-use business management solution designed specifically for growing small to midsized businesses and subsidiaries. SAP Business One is not a scaled-down version of the larger SAP products.

From financials and accounting to inventory and customer relationship management (CRM), all of your key business areas are integrated to provide clear visibility into your entire business. By capturing data into a single centralized location, you can access critical real-time information to make fast, informed decisions.

SAP was founded in 1972 by five German engineers that worked for IBM in Mannheim, Germany. The company originally took the name SAP from the abbreviation for Systemanalyse und Programmenentwicklung (‘systems analysis and program development’ (German)).

In the 1970’s, SAP initially struggled to sell the concept of a completely integrated software product that could be adapted for an exact fit in running all of a company’s processes. However, by the 1990’s, SAP had grown from start-up obscurity to the business software applications vendor of choice for nine of the ten largest U.S. corporations, one-third of the Fortune 500, seven of the ten largest Business Week Global 1000, and 80% of the Fortune 100 companies in software, computers, peripherals, and semiconductors.

In 2001, SAP made the acquisition that would result in the company’s entry into the small business space. It purchased TopTier Software, an Israeli company specializing in portals, along with its sister company TopManage, which was a developer of small business software. TopManage’s product became SAP Business One. 

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