3 Replies Latest reply: Jun 3, 2011 5:00 PM by Gordon Du RSS

Is there any ratio of Professional license vs limited license ?

Wing Go
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We are planning to purchase a new ERP.

 

Is there any purchase policy ratio between the no. of Professional license and the  no. of limited license in SAP B1?

 

Thanks!

 

Edited by: wing168 on Jun 3, 2011 10:04 AM

  • Re: Is there any ratio of Professional license vs limited license ?
    ASHISH RANJAN
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    Hi wing ,

     

    According to me . .

    In SAP business one , there is no boundation of License Type and their Number.

    It can be only estimated after your requirement analysis, number of user and their responsibility study is done.

     

    As far as ratio is concerned , there is no fixed ratio.

    You can run SAP with One Professional License  only.

     

    But to Run SAP you need at least 1 Proff License .

    Maximum number of time, i experienced the ratio is 50 - 50 between Proff and Limited.

     

    But again i am saying that ,as per me there is no fixed ratio.

     

    And i am not sure about the Purchase or Sales Policy .

    Better to Contact the Sales Executive.

     

    Thanks

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    Ashish

     

    Edited by: ASHISH RANJAN on Jun 3, 2011 1:44 PM

  • Re: Is there any ratio of Professional license vs limited license ?
    kamba dasan
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    HI

     

    Welcome to the forum...

    There is no any ratio between them.

    But for running one company.you need atleast one professional license to run a company...

    You can also get the number and type of licenses asper your requirements.....

    Better you can contact SAP Channel partner for detailed explanation about licenses and the policies...

  • Re: Is there any ratio of Professional license vs limited license ?
    Gordon Du
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    Hi,

     

    Welcome you post on the forum.

     

    To speak of ratio, there is practical ratio that limited licenses should not be more than two times of your professional licenses. Because you may find too difficult to get some of transactions done.

     

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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