Working smarter, not harder
With the ever increasing pressure on IT budgets, IT departments are constantly being asked to do more, with no corresponding increase in resources. Business users are also being asked to do more with less and need more out of the SAP system.
Winshuttle products such as Transaction and Query can empower users to innovate and automate SAP processes while freeing IT resources to focus on the highest priority projects. However, IT professionals are naturally concerned about the potential loss of SAP control and security that can come with pushing SAP process automation down to the system user level.
Winshuttle Simplifies SAP Recipe Management for Sun Chemical
"With Winshuttle, there’s no need for ABAP knowledge or expensive programming classes at SAP. As long as you know something as simple as Excel, you can manipulate the data and troubleshoot very easily."
Mark Watson, Global Master Data Management Analyst, Sun Chemical
Bridging the gap
Only Winshuttle’s tools effectively bridges the needs of business users to innovate SAP processes while maintaining the SAP control and governance requirements of IT.
Winshuttle’s security features and strict adherence to SAP logins and authorizations gives IT leaders confidence that data and system security are not compromised in the process of increasing the organization’s productivity.
And more, Winshuttle Central provides enhanced SAP control via a powerful and easy to user administrative application that enables consolidated visibility and governance for enterprise deployments of Winshuttle solutions.
How SAP Users Hold the Key to Business Process Improvement
This white paper highlights the key role that SAP users play in enabling their organizations to improve processes, and discusses how their expertise and experience is lost in some of the traditional approaches that companies use to try to improve processes. In addition, this paper presents an alternative “user-centric” approach that will enable companies to sustainably and measurably improve their processes.