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Case Study : Carman’s

Case Study : Carman’s

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Carman’s has been committed to creating delicious breakfast and snacking products, made from the most wholesome ingredients. Founded by Carolyn Creswell, then an 18-year-old university student, the brand has evolved into Australia’s number one nutritious snacking brand, but remains true to its core purpose – making real food, with real passion.

Initial Challenge faced by Carman’s
Benefits
  • Integral tool for business growth
  • Integrates with other platforms
  • Cost effective, hands-on solution
Solution

Brochure : SAP Business One Solution Brief

SAP Business One Solution Brief

sap business one solution brief

Discover SAP Business One‘s capabilities as a business management solution that covers financial management, sales & customer management, purchasing, inventory, analytics and reporting. An integrated solution that provides visibility into your entire business, SAP B1 is designed with flexibility in mind, to meet your current and future business requirements.

Download the SAP Business One Solution Brief by filling up the form on the right.


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Case Study : Waipareira Trust

Case Study : Waipareira

case study Waipareira Trust

Waipareira Trust Group (Te Whanau O Waipareira Trust) provides an array of health, housing, social justice, and education support services for a generational change in the urban Maori community in New Zealand. The business decision to leverage on the tried-and-tested solution for not-for-profit was because their legacy accounting system could no longer meet the demands of Waipareira’s ever-changing operational structure.

Initial Challenge faced by Waipareira Trust
  • Legacy accounting system no longer fit for purpose
  • Difficulty with reconciliation and auditing process
  • Inflexible set chart of accounts
  • Lack of safeguards / internal control for different users
Benefits
  • Ability to leverage flexible chart of accounts
  • Automated reconciliation process
  • Increased efficiency, decreased errors and savings on labour
  • Improved auditing process
  • Multiple entities
  • Internal controls for different user roles