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Sep 13, 2013

SAP Administration

Enable SAP business users to be more productive without increasing IT workload Ongoing SAP administration is a critical, but time consuming responsibility for any corporate IT department. Naturally, IT groups are cautious about implementing software that may increase SAP administration overhead and distract personnel from high priority tasks or projects. Winshuttle addresses these concerns in several ways. Most importantly, our software works within the SAP security framework. Users cannot take any action with Winshuttle for which they are not already authorized in SAP. Taking control Winshuttle allows IT departments to provide better administrative support to the organization and streamline many... Read more


Sep 13, 2013

SAP Support

Enable user-driven business process improvement without compromising system performance Effective support of SAP system users is a continuing challenge for any corporate IT department. SAP support, including responding to trouble tickets, analyzing system errors, and helping users troubleshoot unexpected results from the SAP system, places a large burden on the IT department and can channel resources away from other critical projects. Offloading development while maintaining oversight Winshuttle allows IT departments to better address all SAP support issues and more by making it simple for authorized users to access or update SAP data through a familiar interface like an Excel spreadsheet... Read more


Sep 13, 2013

Reducing Development Costs

Pay users to work instead of consultants to program As businesses react to fluid market conditions, IT departments are frequently tasked with supporting requests for specialized updates to the SAP system. Generally this involves assigning a business analyst to a project and eventually employing LSMW or ABAP programmers to create customized screen views, reports, or processes for line-of-business users. Winshuttle takes a different approach by allowing business users to quickly create processes that leverage familiar interfaces like Excel, PDFs or web forms in order to interact with the SAP system. Winshuttle products require no specialized programming expertise. This takes significant... Read more


Sep 13, 2013

Automate SAP Processes

Automate SAP and unlock the potential of SAP users Process automation is a common goal in any organization, but of particular value when dealing with the complexities of an SAP system. System users are the most familiar with their work routines and how they could be more productive if they could automate SAP interactions, but they typically lack the technical skills to implement their ideas. The result is a seemingly unending list of request to the IT department to implement the ideas of line-of-business users. Winshuttle makes it possible for IT departments to create an environment where users can automate... Read more


Sep 13, 2013

SAP Command & Control

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... Read more


Sep 13, 2013

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... Read more