This blog series explores interesting Winshuttle product features. This post dives into utilizing the new Allowed Values feature in Studio v11.
In this post, learn about the logistics and benefits of upgrading to Winshuttle Studio v11, and how to work in parallel with 10x series.
Find out why upgrading to Studio v11 is great if you’re a DIRECT user, giving you the ability to delete any loops that are part of the original BAPI as well as create your own!
In this post, learn about the top 9 usability improvements featured in the new Studio v11 software including new UI and improved feature discoverability.
It’s no secret that SAP systems are the target of data sourced from other systems. Oftentimes data from those other systems needs to be tweaked before it can be properly handled in SAP. We see exactly the same scenario with Salesforce systems. Data extracted from SAP for customers for example, is not totally and wholly relevant for Salesforce. Mapping the data during the analysis stage of what and how to push and pull from various systems is an essential step in the process. One of the easiest places to do this, is in Microsoft Excel. Excel is probably one of… Read more
In this post, learn about more reasons to upgrade to the new Winshuttle Studio v.11 product, including new features and functionality included in the release.
Several years ago, I was managing my company’s Winshuttle deployment and we got off to a slow start (I wouldn’t recommend a learn-as-you-go approach). I didn’t know it at the time, but I contracted an illness called the WUG-bug. Have you experienced any of these symptoms? Early stages of Winshuttle deployment Itching to learn more ways to use Winshuttle Need to improve your own Winshuttle solutions Difficulty finding new use cases Seeking best practices and additional training Desire to engage in philosophical Winshuttle discussions The Winshuttle User Group Conference (WUG) became the adrenaline shot my team needed to… Read more