Microsoft SharePoint is generally well accepted, and becoming much more common as the corporate Portal. Knowledge workers or specialist collaborating in this product is a simple, basic and pleasant experience. Why not integrate some SAP data into this space? The question will probably come down to the technical architecture. However, one of the advantages of SharePoint BCS (Business Connectivity Services) or SharePoint’s basic strategy for connecting to external data sources and SAP’s Enterprise Services is that they are two standards that should work together without any 3rd party components. Shouldn’t the goal or aim be to simplify this solution? Continue reading “The Ultimate Guide to SharePoint SAP Integration”
We are currently observing numerous organizations moving to Office 365. Organizations that have just put resources into SharePoint On-Premises sending are currently considering moving to the cloud.
In any business organization, the need to viably, effectively communicate and collaborate in a convenient way is very important. Contending with workers and shifting schedules or timetables, numerous organizations look toward enterprise content management (ECM) systems such as Microsoft’s Share point. Their purpose is to enable users within organizations to collaborate and share work within a commonly or regularly accessed website framework.