Project Management Lookup

Simplify display of SAP Work Breakdown structure

Winshuttle Query simplifies the extract and analysis of Work Breakdown structure data

A work breakdown structure (WBS) is a model of the work to be performed in a project organized in a hierarchical structure. WBS is an important tool which helps you keep an overview of the project because it forms the basis for organization and coordination in the project. Additionally, it shows the amount of work, the time required, and the costs involved in the project. Finally, it is the functional basis for further planning steps in a project, such as process planning, cost planning, scheduling, date and capacity planning, or costing, as well as project control.

Query project management look-up report

Query project management look-up report

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Winshuttle Query

Watch the Winshuttle Query Demo

Winshuttle Query is an SAP data extraction and analysis tool that allows users to securely shuttle live data from the SAP transactional system into Excel for immediate analysis, action and reporting. See how Query enables both developers and business users to easily create, distribute, and maintain content-rich queries with minimal impact on SAP performance. Watch the demo to see how it works.


How can I ensure security such that sensitive information is not accessed by unauthorized users?
Winshuttle Query allows users to extract only that information for which they are authorized to. Moreover the designer of the query can restrict the information a Winshuttle Runner can extract by setting conditions on the query.

White paper

Addressing Security Performance Usability with Query

An easy and secure way to extract live SAP® ERP data, allowing business users to do ad hoc data analytics and answer specific business questions rapidly would have a significant impact on the enterprise. This white paper describes Winshuttle Query and how it addresses performance, security, and usability concerns while giving users a way to extract live SAP data for ad hoc analysis.