In SAP Business One, the Limited CRM User has access rights to the SAP Business One sales, sales opportunities, and service modules and functionality including related reports, and can search company knowledge bases. This license also includes indirect access. To view the full list of permissions available to the Limited CRM User see the: SAP […]
In SAP Business One, the Limited Logistics User has access to sales, purchasing, inventory, production, and warehouse functionality, including generation of the related reports. This license also includes indirect access. To view the full list of permissions available to the Limited Logistics User see the: SAP Business One User Type License Comparison (PDF).
In SAP Business One the Limited Financials User has access to accounting, payments, and other financial and banking functionality, including generation of the related reports. This user cannot create or print sales invoices. The license also includes indirect access. To view the full list of permissions available to the Limited Financials User see the: SAP […]
In SAP Business One when a user has Indirect Access it means they have access to any SSP solutions (developed with the SAP Business One DI-API) only. The Indirect Access license is bundled with the DI server. Users who have an Indirect Access license can access a limited number of application forms, but cannot perform […]
SAP Business One is based on a named user licensing model, in which each license is granted to a specific user name. A named user is an employee of a customer, a subsidiary, or a third party business, who is authorized to access, directly or indirectly, the licensed SAP Business One software. Employees may not […]
The SAP Business One Starter Package is designed for small companies starting an initial ERP implementation. It covers the most commonly used functionality for small companies that do not need to use advanced SAP Business One functionality. This license type is intended to be used in combination with a rapid (fixed and standardized scope) implementation. […]
In order to enable, access, or make changes to the SAP Business One cockpit you must be logged into SAP with a user that has a certain set of authorizations. Here’s what you need: Cockpit Task Authorization Needed Enabling and disabling the cockpit at company level You must have access to the General Settings window […]