SAP Business One Knowledge Base

A collection of tips, tricks and tutorials on all things SAP Business One.

Business Partner Properties in BP Master Data

Business partner properties are an excellent tool to customize your SAP Business One system. They are a set of 64 open ended yes/no fields for each Business Partner. Think about what this means for your business...You can set them up to further group your business partners for reporting purposes or you can track which Business Partners have received your marketing materials, like a product catalog!

Posted by: Peter Canale

Running An Accounts Receivable Aging Report

The aging report is a critical analytical tool in any business. It helps measure the financial health of your companies customers. In SAP Business One this is a very easy report to run with straightforward selection criteria. If your aging report is showing that receivables are being collected slower than normal it could be a warning sign that business is slowing down or your company is exposed to too much risk.

Posted by: Peter Canale

Adding a New Account in the Chart of Accounts

Adding a new account in the SAP Business One chart of accounts is super easy. There are a few things to know about this process and we're going to give you the low down right here.

Posted by: Peter Canale

Open Items List in SAP Business One

SAP Business One has tons of useful reports and features, one such report is the "Open Items List". This is a stock report which has unique abilities to allow you quick access to documents that are open. This is good for spotting customer service issues before they become too big of a headache for your company.

Posted by: Peter Canale

Posting Period Status in SAP Business One

Posting periods in SAP Business One are periods of time that define your company's fiscal year. They are used in generating financial reports and segmenting your financial postings. Periods can be setup in a multitude of ways depending on your company's processes surrounding reporting and financials. Managing the posting periods in SAP B1 center around their five possible statuses.

Posted by: Peter Canale