What is Best Practice?
The dictionary defines a best practice as, "a technique or methodology that, through experience and research, has reliably led to a desired or optimum result." Best Practice is the result of cumulative experience and continuous improvements developed over time. With over 100,000 installations globally and nearly 40 years of experience, SAP has accumulated a powerful armoury of Best Practices cutting across industries.
SAP Best Practices include areas like: Business Intelligence, Customer Relationship Management, Business Network Integration and Supply Chain Management. These Industry Best Practices can be deployed quickly to enable our customers to amplify their business and achieve greater profitability and growth at lower costs.
How does it help my business?
Best Practices methodologies lead to operational efficiencies, help to control costs and reduce risk. SAP has developed bite sized and affordable prepackaged Best Practices solutions for Small and Midsize Companies. These ready-to-use solutions drastically reduce the pain and cost of implementation to deliver business results quickly.
Blue Ocean Systems Consultants, with over 100 years of aggregate consulting experience can deliver Best Practices to help amplify your business and quickly generate greater growth and profitability at lower costs.
The SAP Advantage
Cumulative experience from Installations with over 100,000 companies worldwide.
Examples of Best Practices and how it helps improve operational efficiencies and reduce
The Blue Ocean Advantage
Over 100 years of cumulative international consulting and implementing Industry Best
Practices with Large , Mid Sizes and Small Enterprises
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SAP Best Practices cover a range of industries including:
- Apparel and footwear
- Building materials
- Consumer products – food and beverage
- Consumer products & wholesale industries
- Dealer business management
- Discrete manufacturing
- Electronic & components manufacturing
- Engineering, construction, and operations
- Fabricated metals
- Industrial machinery & components
- Public sector
- Semiconductor & photovoltaic companies
- Services industries
- Software providers
- Water utilities
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