Frequently Asked Questions
What is Core f(x) actually doing? Core f(x) is an integration tool that works exclusively with SAP’s Business One. It makes daily tasks less time consuming by automating more processes throughout Business One in several areas, some of which include: eCommerce, eProcurement, Shipping, Credit Card processing, and others. It also helps control and streamline processes for document flow, eliminating double entry and ultimately saving you time and money.
What is the cost? The cost depends on which processes you are looking to automate. It is a customizable package, with a cost associated to each process that will be automated. Building a custom bundle of options will allow you to enhance your most used areas in Business One, and will save you money by eliminating costs for tools that may not help you the most.
Does Core f(x) only work for print? Core f(x) was created to enhance user experience in Business One. It has grown to the product it is today because of our close relationships within the print industry, but will work in any industry. Ultimately, Core f(x) will help any user of Business One.
Do you have pictures of it? We can show you some screenshots of the documents generated via Core f(x). For instance, emails generated, the status page, and even how your ecommerce automatically populates Business One with all the necessary documents. Generally speaking however, Core f(x) is written code that automates processes and therefore can’t be seen.
Can you demo the product? We can demo Business One (after some discovery etc.), which ultimately will be the tangible software you will be using. Core f(x) has features that will enhance your general use of Business One.
Do you provide more detail about the e-commerce or e-procurement or other areas mentioned? Yes, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about how these areas of core f(x) can benefit your business.
How many clients do you have using Core f(x)? We have about a dozen, and counting. Please reference our case study with Prograde to see how we’ve helped them enhance continued growth.
Are these all add-on’s? Core f(x) is an add-on and under certain parameters, it will help Business One function more smoothly immediately depending on your needs. The customization beyond current capabilities is possible, but that would be discussed by you and our support team based on your needs.