sponsored by ORSYP
Posted:  12 Aug 2013
Published:  12 Aug 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  13  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

For many companies, SAP is the go-to for business application software. Because of its prominent position in the workplace, many businesses look for an SAP-centric strategy when it comes to developing a plan for automation - but this may not be the best course of action.

It turns out that many organizations face several challenges when it comes to SAP automation, including:

  • Scheduling limitations
  • Connecting multiple SAP schedulers
  • Integrating SAP and non-SAP elements
  • End-to-end visibility

Check out this helpful resource to explore how you can overcome these challenges and more with an enterprise-wide automation strategy. Discover the benefits of this approach to automation, and learn the tools you'll need to increase responsiveness, enhance productivity, and reduce costs.

Business Process Automation | Business Process Automation Software | Business Process Management | SAP (Product) | Systems Integration | Systems Management | Workload Automation

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