Content is King

By Clinton Jones on Dec 7, 2010

It has been a busy week and half on the content side here in product management at Winshuttle. Content development and review has reached a feverish pitch as we busy ourselves reviewing the use cases for our products and more particularly TRANSACTION, DIRECT and RUNNER. It is interesting to see just how pervasive the use of the products are with the various Winshuttle customers. The breadth is quite impressive I have to say and the flexibility of the products enables end-to-end automation of many different kinds of business processes that rely heavily on data inputs. Keep watching the Winshuttle blogs for more news on the new content offerings from

On a different topic, we have also been working with development and others within the organization on planning for 2011. Some new features that I am hoping we will be able to incorporate are improvements in the loop formatting in Excel workbooks for SAP transaction recordings and SAP BAPI distillations, some expanded data source types, and usability and performance improvements.

Finally, I will mention that for those of you that were wondering when Winshuttle FORMS v10 was going to be released for General Availability. It was announced internally at least, yesterday. If you haven’t received a direct communique on this, please be sure to contact or your account representative for more information.

About the author

Clinton Jones is a Director for Finance Solutions Management at Winshuttle where he has worked since 2009. He is internationally experienced having worked on finance technologies and business process with a particular focus on integrated business solutions in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and North America. Clinton serves as a technical consultant on technology and quality management as it relates to data and process management and governance for finance organizations globally. Prior to Winshuttle he served as a Technical Quality Manager at SAP and with Microsoft in their Global Foundation Services group.

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