A comprehensive solution for companies, primarily
in the business of renting items on short- or long-term basis.
b1 Rental solution covers an entire gamut of business functions that includes rental reservation, quotations, returns, invoicing, Inventory and Asset Management &; Maintenance. b1 Rental solution is seamlessly integrated and uniquely designed to run on SAP Business One ERP.
Some of the unique functions of B1 Rental:
Benefits of b1 Rental includes:
b1 Real Estate solution covers every gamut of the business activities that is paramount to
real estate business domain. Some of the unique features & functions of b1 Real Estate:
✓ Increases the overall efficiency of property managers.
✓ Advanced real time access to business information’s.
✓ Better time management since it reduces paper works.
✓ Better material management.
✓ Better budget allocation & accounting management.
✓ Automation of tasks.
✓ Efficient customer support through the use of real estate CRM.
✓ Offers online payments functionality to its tenants.
✓ Handling of property maintenance request & increased security.
B1 PDT solution covers an entire gamut of warehouse business functions.
Some of the unique functions:
Without technology, it can be hard to turn your strategic vision into reality. SAP Business
One can be configured to ensure you stay focused on innovation and anticipation of buyer
demand. With SAP Business One, you can automate processes, to achieve your goals with
fewer resources, and build real-time insight, from across your organisation – so you can
focus on delivering a superior customer experience.
Delivering real-time inventory visibility, supply chain monitoring and analysis of customer's buying behaviors, so they can maximize customer loyalty and revenue.
Creating advanced predictive stock analytics that help forecast demand and align stock to distribution centers - offering greater product availability and reduced inventory costs.
Synchronizing supply chain across your networks to ensure demand is fulfilled optimally, from anywhere. This enables a quick, seamless, omni-channel customer experience, at all times.
✓ Data Insight
Combining customer and supply chain data, to develop promotions, assortments and programs that increase customer satisfaction and inventory turnover.
Ensuring you can manage inventory accurately enough to stock-up with the right stuff, across many locations and operate an holistic logistics network.
Providing the agility needed to move products quickly, which ensures a fast, seamless, omni-channel customer experience, at anytime and anywhere.
Understanding consumer's buying behaviors around key trends (including color), to optimize promotions, prices, and markdowns - resulting in customer satisfaction and inventory turnover.
Analytics that accurately forecast consumer demands, so you can keep your distribution centers well stocked in line with demand.
It’s extremely difficult to stay ahead in the modern globalized economy. In the fashion and
fast-moving consumer products industry, it’s all about margins and a short time to market –
products have to be available to customers as quickly and cost efficiently as possible.
Efficiency in this market depends on the smooth flow of information and insights, which
makes a good business software solution essential.
We’re experts in empowering aspiring fashion and consumer product businesses to work more productively, increase business insight, improve ways of working and exploit emerging opportunities.
✓ Concessions Module
The SAP Business One Fashion Concession Management Module allows you to accurately control and monitor your stock and sales in multiple concession outlets.
✓ Outlet Categories
Outlets can be categorized in unlimited ways for detailed analysis of sell-through data.
✓ Store Allocations
Pre-plan store allocations against your purchase orders for new ranges
✓ Sales Updates
Automatic update of daily sales and returns from stores
Automatic replenishment from current stock, sales and stock thresholds by store
Automatic commission invoicing to the host with immediate financial visibility
B1 Payroll & ESS has various functions and features as described below:
B1 Payroll features & functions
b1 Payroll & ESS has various functions and features that benefits and enhances process
✓ Easy configuration for compliances
✓ Define Pay or deduction components
✓ Multiple Leave Types
✓ Handling Sick Leaves
✓ Holiday Master Setup with Date Range
✓ Loans and Advance Module
✓ Setup of Installment Schedule
✓ Employee Management
✓ Leave accruals and Detail
✓ Employee vacation Planning
✓ Biometric integration
✓ Payroll calculation
✓ Back dated Payroll calculation
✓ Online & Offline Pay-Slip Printing
✓ Comprehensive Pay Register
✓ Salary Slip & Register
✓ LOP Days Reports
✓ Head wise summary report
✓ Employee wise pay days Absenteeism
✓ Company wise monthly wage
✓ Employee wise monthly wage summary
✓ Employee List
✓ Employee Addition Separation
✓ Employee New Joining
✓ Employee Contact List
✓ Employee CTC Sheet
✓ Employee Absent
✓ Employee Re-Joining
✓ New Employee Details
✓ Document expiry
✓ Exceed leave report
✓ Audit Report
✓ Bank Transfer Report
A post-dated cheque is a scenario, where the cheque issuer has stated a date later than the
current date. A post-dated cheque is used under the two prevailing situations:
Deliberate payment delay. The issuer does this in order to delay payment to the recipient, while the recipient may accept it simply because the cheque represents a firm date on which it will be able to deposit the cheque. This situation represents a risk to the cheque recipient. Since the passage of time may result in there being no cash left in the issuer’s bank account to be used to pay the amount listed on the check when it is eventually presented to the bank for payment.
Collection Method: The recipient may require the issuer to hand over a set of post-dated checks to cover a series of future payments, which the recipient agrees to cash on the specified dates. This approach is used to improve the odds of being paid, especially when the issuer has little credit.
From the perspective of the cheque issuer, there should be no journal entry to record the reduction in cash until the date listed on the cheque. From the perspective of the recipient, there should be no entry to record the increase in cash until the date listed on the cheque. Thus, the date on the cheque effectively postpones the underlying accounting transaction.