Jun 29, 2015

Introducing the SAP ERP Workflow (Kitchen Sink Included)

Many companies use multiple or various workflow tools, and are hesitant to adopt SAP workflow. Winshuttle Foundation offers a different set of opportunities for businesses to interact with SAP and other systems of record.

May 7, 2015

Breaking the Status Quo of Productivity

Many SAP users are using dated processes that waste time and resources. By utilizing Winshuttle solutions, users can implement real time data validation, move away from manual processes, and significantly increase productivity.

Apr 23, 2015

Why You Might Need a Formalized Workflow Tool

A formalized workflow will provide transparency in your purchase requisitioning process, create a structure for gathering requirements, and eliminates the possibility for incomplete required tasks.

Jan 7, 2015

If you want simplicity in your use of ERP it requires collaboration

   “If you want simplicity in your use of ERP, it requires collaboration” This may sound somewhat of a trite statement, but you would be surprised to know just how many tasks and processes in any given organization don’t involve multiple participants. One of the reasons why bad data gets created and processes break down is because the processes are not engineered from the bottom up with collaboration, oversight, multi-participant contribution and review as an integral component. Many organizations recognize workflow and workflow-bound processes as being valuable, but many also see workflow-bound tasks as a function of a lack of… Read more

Jul 16, 2014

Why Building In SAP Doesn’t Always Make Sense

There is a school of thought that believes the idea of building workflows on systems outside of SAP is all about dodging SAP licenses–but in reality, this is not the case at all. The argument against building workflows within SAP falls into a number of broad categories: users, data, organization and development. Let’s use the example of a purchase requisition. The decision to build this within or outside of SAP often comes down to who participates in the process. I often use the argument that the person who sits at reception, or a factory worker, has processes that are bound… Read more

Oct 25, 2012

What good is big data if it’s all wrong in the first place?

Every conference I attend is almost guaranteed to have Big Data as a main course on the agenda. The focus is usually on how to manage it once you have it, how to get by with what you’re stuck with, and how in-memory technology can help you access it better.  My view is, why not get it as clean as possible on the way in? Winshuttle for Master Data may contain a number of very useful and critical components of data maintenance and data governance, but the basics of it are very straight-forward. Within minutes I can: Design, create and… Read more

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