Accelerating SAP Projects
Hit the accelerator
Doing more with less boils down to getting the same amount of work done in less time. Simple in theory, but a lot tougher in practice. Often times, a custom project for SAP involves meeting a request for a process improvement from a line-of-business manager. After evaluating and cost justifying the request (a whole process in itself), a business analyst is assigned to scope the work, write a specification, and then hand it off to a programmer for development, testing, and user acceptance. That’s a lot of time and money spent by valuable IT resources meeting the needs of the business.
Fortunately, there’s an alternative. Winshuttle solutions allow IT professionals to take an entirely different approach—one that is much less resource intensive and also allows the business user, the person most familiar with the problem—to take the lead in creating the solution.
Since Winshuttle requires no programming experience and because it allows users to work from within familiar interfaces like Excel spreadsheets and PDF forms, the user can lead the process of creating the process improvement. They don’t need any specialized knowledge of the SAP data structure, just the specific screens and fields they work with on a regular basis.
And it gets better
Allowing users to take charge of automating and improving SAP processes themselves means IT departments don’t need to allocate valuable resources cost justifying, scoping, and implementing projects. They can “outsource” these projects to functional departments and stay focused on their core projects and responsibilities.
What’s more, Winshuttle makes all this possible without compromising security or control. Winshuttle leverages the SAP security model, so users can’t access any data they aren’t authorized to. Plus, all of the transactions and system interactions are fully traceable and auditable.
IT departments can even consolidate administration and distribution of all Winshuttle assets using Winshuttle Central command and control application.