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Abas ERP

ABAS by far offers the most bang for the buck. We are able to handle all of our business functions through ABAS and also have additional features like Business Apps, Business Intelligence, Vendor and Customer portals, as well as many other features that many other ERP packages didn't have. It has allowed us to consolidate our software packages and also provide visibility since everything is now connected.
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SAP Business One

As we have already described, it is an ideal tool for small and medium companies, with a well designed ERP system and adjusted to the reality of the business. It is a sober, reliable tool with extensive experience in the development of administrative tools. The cost-benefit ratio is appropriate for companies of this size. The points of improvement are the integration with other platforms and the visual interface for average users.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Customization

Abas ERP
9.0
SAP Business One
8.4
API for custom integration
Abas ERP
9.0
SAP Business One
8.4
Plug-ins
Abas ERP
9.0
SAP Business One
8.5

Security

Abas ERP
8.5
SAP Business One
9.3
Single sign-on capability
Abas ERP
9.0
SAP Business One
9.3
Role-based user permissions
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
9.3

Reporting & Analytics

Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
9.2
Dashboards
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
9.5
Standard reports
Abas ERP
7.5
SAP Business One
9.0
Custom reports
Abas ERP
8.5
SAP Business One
9.1

General Ledger and Configurable Accounting

Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
6.5
Accounts payable
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
9.1
Accounts receivable
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.5
Global Financial Support
Abas ERP
9.0
SAP Business One
8.7
Primary and Secondary Ledgers
Abas ERP
9.0
SAP Business One
8.6
Intercompany Accounting
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
8.8
Localizations
Abas ERP
9.0
SAP Business One
8.6
Journals and Reconciliations
Abas ERP
9.0
SAP Business One
9.0
Enterprise Accounting
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
8.3
Configurable Accounting
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
8.0
Centralized Rules Framework
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.1
Standardized Processes
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.8

Inventory Management

Abas ERP
8.1
SAP Business One
9.0
Inventory tracking
Abas ERP
7.5
SAP Business One
9.4
Automatic reordering
Abas ERP
8.5
SAP Business One
9.0
Location management
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
9.1
Manufacturing module
Abas ERP
8.5
SAP Business One
8.6

Order Management

Abas ERP
8.3
SAP Business One
9.0
Pricing
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
9.6
Order entry
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
9.3
Cost of goods sold
Abas ERP
8.5
SAP Business One
9.0
Order Orchestration
Abas ERP
8.5
SAP Business One
8.6
End-to-end order visibility
Abas ERP
8.5
SAP Business One
9.4
Credit card processing
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.7
Order exception Resolution
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.7

Subledger and Financial Process

Abas ERP
7.3
SAP Business One
8.6
Automated Invoice Processing
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
9.1
Shared Services Payments
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.4
Billings Management
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
8.3
Customer Receipt Applications
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.8
Revenue Recognition
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.7
Cash Management
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.7
Travel & Expense Management
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.5
Budgetary Control & Encumbrance Accounting
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.0
Period Close
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
8.9
Transactions Tax
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
9.2
Subledger Reconciliations
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.8
Customer Collections
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.7
Asset Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.6
3rd Party Accounting Systems
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.2

Project Financial Management

Abas ERP
7.4
SAP Business One
8.4
Budgeting and Forecasting
Abas ERP
6.5
SAP Business One
8.8
Project Costing
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.6
Cost Capture
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.6
Customer Invoicing
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
8.6
Project Financial Performance Analysis
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.0
Project Financials Dashboard
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.5
Real-time Financial Reporting
Abas ERP
7.5
SAP Business One
8.9
Embedded Business Intelligence
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
8.2
Project Planning Collaboration
Abas ERP
9.0
SAP Business One
8.1
Capital Project Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.9
Customer Contract Compliance
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.5
Project Revenue Recognition
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.4

Project Execution Management

Abas ERP
7.8
SAP Business One
7.1
Project Planning and Scheduling
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
7.0
Project Manager Dashboard
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
7.5
Resource Manager Dashboard
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
6.5
Real-Time Project Reporting
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
7.3
Task Insight for Project Managers
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
6.4
Project Manager Mobile Functionality
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
6.2
Team Member Task Collaboration
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.5
Team Member Mobile Functionality
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
6.8
Project Candidate Search
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
6.4
Project Candidate Comparison and Analysis
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.3
Defineable Resource Pools
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.1
Defineable Resource Pools
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
6.7
Talent Profiles
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.0
Absence Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.0
Product Lifecycle Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.2

Procurement

Abas ERP
6.4
SAP Business One
8.0
Sourcing Team Collaboration
Abas ERP
5.0
SAP Business One
7.6
Sourcing Analysis
Abas ERP
5.0
SAP Business One
8.5
Bids Analyzed and Compared
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
7.9
Contract Authoring
Abas ERP
5.0
SAP Business One
8.0
Electronic Signatures
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
6.9
Supplier Assessment
Abas ERP
7.5
SAP Business One
8.3
Supplier Communication and Collaboration
Abas ERP
6.0
SAP Business One
8.1
Supplier Management
Abas ERP
6.0
SAP Business One
8.9
Supplier Portal
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.5
Catalog Shopping E-Commerce for Employees
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.5
Contract Compliance Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.0
Contract History
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.2
Contract Renewal Automation
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.6
Contract Repository
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.5
Contract Standardization and Enforcement
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.5
Invoice Automated Matching
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.0
Purchasing Risk and Compliance Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.0
Requisitions-to-Purchase Orders Integrated
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.0
Spend Compliance Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.6

Manufacturing

Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
7.9
Production Process Design
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
7.8
Production Management
Abas ERP
8.0
SAP Business One
8.2
Contracted Manufacturing Management
Abas ERP
3.0
SAP Business One
7.8
Work Execution
Abas ERP
9.0
SAP Business One
8.0
Manufacturing Costs
Abas ERP
7.0
SAP Business One
8.7
Supply Chain Business Flows
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.0
Configuration Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.5
Work Definition
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.7
Advanced Fulfillment
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.8

Supply Chain

Abas ERP
5.8
SAP Business One
8.8
Inventory Planning
Abas ERP
6.5
SAP Business One
9.3
Performance Monitoring
Abas ERP
5.0
SAP Business One
8.2
Forecasting
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.8
Multi-tier Supply Chain Planning
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.0

Payroll Management

Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.9
Pay calculation
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.3
Benefit plan administration
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.0
Direct deposit files
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.3
Salary revision and increment management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.8
Reimbursement management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.3

Grants Management

Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.7
Award Lifecycle Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.6
Spending Control
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.0
Indirect Cost Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
6.8
Billing
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.5

Risk Management

Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.2
Risk Repository
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.5
Control Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.0
Control Mapping
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.0
Control Efficiency Assessments
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.5
Automated Control Assessments
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.5
Assessment Capture
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.5
Issue Detection
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.3
Automatic Notification
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.7
Remediation and Certification
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.5

Logistics

Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.2
Transportation Planning and Optimization
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.2
Transportation Sourcing Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.5
Transportation Process Integration
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.8
Transportation Execution Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.1
Freight Payment Automation
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.4
Trade Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.6
Trade Regulatory Compliance Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.9
Customs Entry Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.1
Customs Document Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.2
Customs Document Collaboration
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.8
Fulfillment Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.3
Inventory Visibility
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.1
Warehouse Workforce Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.1

Product Lifecycle Management

Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.2
Ideation Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.6
Requirements Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.1
Proposal Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.9
Innovation Portfolio Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.7
Product Master Data Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
7.9
Vendor Portal
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
9.0
Project Portfolio Management
Abas ERP
SAP Business One
8.3

Pros

  • Flexibility. ABAS is fully customizable. This allows us to create a work environment that is as custom as we are. Some ERP software packages force you to adopt their methods. With ABAS we can build the system the way we want it to work.
  • Adaptable. ABAS has the ability to work with other software packages and provide a seamless connection. We use Solid Works for our engineering designs. ABAS is connected to Solid Works and this eliminates transfer errors while reducing the time it takes for engineers to load bills of material.
  • Service. ABAS has well-trained service technicians. The time it takes to get a response is minimal and the network of knowledge their support group has, helps to streamline any tasks we may present or questions we may have.
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  • It allows making a real follow-up of the state of the company, without the need to wait for periodic reports. This provides a corrective tool for situations that deviate from the standard.
  • It prevents the business areas from working separately so the information is not duplicated and is managed effectively by all involved. thus avoiding conflicts and optimizing resources.
  • It allows the proper management of the client portfolio, accurately projecting the inputs and outputs of resources, products, orders, and invoices. Therefore, the inventory and cash flow are properly managed.
  • By correctly managing cash inflows and customer requirements, a real plan of goals can be established that is adjusted to the company's capabilities.
  • It is a standardized program in its use, with a parent company with decades in the market and renowned, which provides adequate user support to the tool.
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Cons

  • ABAS is headquartered in Germany with a US based headquarters in Virginia. Some of the programming structures were based on European methods that differed somewhat from the way business is done in the US. ABAS-USA has worked to modify the system so that it is in tune with US business practices and has made great strides in this effort. For the average user, the structures may go unnoticed, but for the more advanced user, some of the field names that are used for advanced reporting might be in German. However, ABAS-USA has recently been updating the programming language to be fully in English.
  • Because ABAS is growing rapidly, more complex customizations might take longer to complete than normal. ABAS appears to be bringing on even more technicians to handle the increased workload so the concern is waning.
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  • The learning curve is greater than other programs of its type. You need staff who previously worked with the tool. The learning time is going to be high. Being a more developed tool, the user requirements are high compared to other similar ones.
  • Visually, it is a sober program. I believe that the presentation could be improved by adjusting it to the user level with which it is worked. In order to make it more user-friendly, we must not forget that a tool such as an ERP will be used by all areas of the company, which includes inexperienced personnel up to senior levels.
  • They should improve the integration with other tools that do not belong to the SAP family. In today's world, emphasis should be placed on emails, social networks, mobile applications, applications of calls and messaging, as well as providing adequate storage access on the cloud.
  • The implementation of the tool is in accordance with the type of program, however, for people who have not worked with programs of the SAP family, it will require more implementation time, as well as intensive user training courses.
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Likelihood to Renew

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SAP Business One8.0
Based on 5 answers
As I said before, it is a first level tool, well developed, and with very strong development support, although the learning curve, its implementation, the cost-benefit ratio, the price and the user experience is not the most suitable for small and medium-sized companies. It is a company with extensive experience, market positioning, technical support and expanded use
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Usability

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SAP Business One7.0
Based on 1 answer
Being a high profile tool, a user level with specific experience and skills is required to use the program. Which deserves special attention in the junior staff, requires a good management of the administrative part to develop all the benefits of the program. For young and inexperienced people the interface is not flashy. Although it is a very complete program.
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Reliability and Availability

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SAP Business One8.0
Based on 2 answers
We recently upgraded SAP Business One from version 8.8 to version 9.1 and had a few issues initially. We have now resolved those issues, with SAP assistance, and SAP Business One seems very stable!
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Support

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No answers yet
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SAP Business One8.0
Based on 2 answers
It is a tool developed by a parent company with extensive experience in the sector, has specialists in each area, as well as a long career. It guarantees the technical quality based on the practice of years of attention to the user requirements, which makes them very competitive in this aspect.
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Online Training

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No answers yet
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SAP Business One8.0
Based on 1 answer
Over the past two years SAP has added a great deal of new SAP Business One on-line training for version 9.0 and 9.1. Most of the training is very strong, but some is difficult to understand and follow. Additionally, SAP still has a few holes in their on-line training around Production, Bill-of-Materials, MRP and Service.
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Implementation

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No answers yet
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SAP Business One7.0
Based on 1 answer
Conduct interviews with the administrative and accounting areas, ask about the experience with the tool, make free test modules to detect the possibilities of use, as well as, validate the necessary investment for the implementation of the program with the system area, to determine if it is the most viable option
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Alternatives Considered

These other software packages all have strengths but for what we were looking for in one system, to handle most of our business processes, but also allow the flexibility to be customized (without the need to be placed on a "like to have" waiting list), ABAS gave us that ability, hands down.
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Before SAP Business One, we had another older business system, Sage Pro. Sage Pro did the basics from usual business transactions, to tracking customers and invoices, but compared to SAP Business One, it was no match. The amount of time saved using SAP's more automated system has saved a lot of time compared to the manual work that had to be done prior. We selected SAP Business One for it's one system physique. It's the one system you will ever need.
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Scalability

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SAP Business One9.1
Based on 1 answer
For most small businesses, the only way you outgrow SAP Business One is if the nature of your business changes radically. Going from 1 to 50 users is quite easy with SAP B1. Going beyond 50 may require moving to the Hana SAP B1 platform to maintain or improve performance, but the path is there.
Add-ons to SAP B1 can also be added as specific needs are encountered that are not closely met by the standard product. These may be required early in the product life because of the nature of your business, or as you expand the use of SAP B1.
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Return on Investment

  • ABAS has the capability to handle many of the processes that we did on various software platforms. Since we've been able to consolidate these platforms, the cost of subscriptions, maintenance and management hasve been reduced.
  • Efficiency was a noticeable impact right from the start. In the past, reports from one system had to be loaded into another in order to provide the analysis needed for business decisions. Connections to our design software also reduced the amount of time our engineers spent manually creating bills of material and purchase requisitions.
  • The ability to see what's happening in various business functions all in one place has helped with decision making and provided the data necessary to ask the right questions when arriving at those hard decisions.
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  • Efficient reporting on sales, finance and Inventory.
  • Better customer service due to an interconnected database where you can find information quickly.
  • Allowed the use of EDI with vendors and customers which allows real time data for incoming/outgoing inventory.
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Pricing Details

Abas ERP

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
Additional Pricing Details

SAP Business One

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Additional Pricing Details