Globalization is forcing SMEs to re-evaluate their growth strategies. Local economic uncertainty, shifting customer expectations and demands, as well as increasing labor costs are just three of the reasons that successful SMEs are developing growth strategies that include global expansion.

Typically key to this process is business software solutions that support multi lingual communications and transactions. Without these capabilities it is often impractical to operate in other geographies with different languages and differing compliance rules.

As a global software system SAP Business One supports a multitude of languages. With a projected 96% of Asian Pacific SMEs generating at least part of the revenue outside their home country in the next 3 years, SAP Business One’s multilingual capabilities makes it much easier to manage sites and clients in multiple locations, anywhere in the world and with multiple deployment options including cloud, SAP Business One has both the functional and technical characteristics to support SMEs operating across multiple geographical regions.