Integration

Learn how organizations can effectively navigate the complex integration landscape and effectively connect their business systems to make data available where needed in a timely manner. Understand what tools are available for integration, which are being used in different scenarios, and whether they can meet integration needs for on-premise or cloud-resident data. Examine how members of the SAPinsider community are meeting their integration challenges, and discover what skillsets and technologies are being used to gain the most benefit. 

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  1. LRS

    LRS Output Management creates a standardized digital backbone for all output, scan, and print management. This reduces infrastructure and operational costs while improving end-user experience. Typically, large SAP customers have lots of complexity managing business-critical output, leaving them printer vendor dependent and with challenges to upgrade and implement cloud and future workplace projects. Our highly scalable, stable software is unrivalled in performance and enables you to centrally manage your entire output landscape with ease. We are approved by SAP as HEC-ready and support all major SAP S/4HANA deployment options.

  2. How to enable intelligent data integration within SAP Central Finance

    Are you considering a move to SAP S/4HANA for Central Finance? Does your plan fully address how to integrate your existing non-SAP source system data into your Central Finance implementation? This session will offer expert insights into overcoming the common challenges encountered when integrating detailed transactional financial data from both SAP and 3rd-party ERP sources…
  3. Data Sheet: CCH Tagetik – SAP Integration

    Discover how when you combine CCH Tagetik with SAP, you can have it all: intuitive, fast, accurate and easy-to-use CPM that addresses the needs of both Finance and IT. Find other insightful content from Wolters Kluwer | CCH Tagetik on their Vendor Showcase
  4. White Paper: Data Integration Considerations for SAP S/4HANA Central Finance

    Dive deeper into the key requirements, challenges, and opportunities surrounding the journey to SAP S/4HANA Central Finance. Find other insightful content from Magnitude on their Vendor Showcase.  
  5. SUSE

    SUSE, the world’s largest independent open source company, provides unparalleled customer choice and powers digital transformation for the enterprise by simplifying, modernizing and accelerating traditional, cloud and edge solutions. SUSE collaborates with partners, communities and customers to deliver and support solutions that enable mission-critical business outcomes. SUSE’s container and cloud platforms, software-defined infrastructure, artificial intelligence and edge computing solutions allow customers to create, deploy and manage workloads anywhere – on premises, multi-cloud and edge. For more information, visit www.suse.com.

  6. Red Hat

    Red Hat helps SAP enterprises standardize on a single, open platform and build on a foundation that sets them up for a future of innovation with a rich portfolio of flexible solutions. From standards-based solutions for automation, management, and integration, to app containerization and open hybrid cloud, Red Hat’s SAP portfolio supports any on- premise or cloud environment with freedom from vendor lock-in. Not just an operating system, Red HatⓇ solutions are driving intelligent enterprises through optimized stability, scalability, and security for SAP deployments. Red Hat is a market leader in LinuxⓇ, multicloud container development, and infrastructure automation, with a rich history in the open source community. With more than two decades of strategic collaboration with SAP, the support of IBM, and joint solutions from our global partner ecosystem, Red Hat offers an end-to-end portfolio of open source solutions for organizations looking to build an intelligent enterprise throughout their cloud journey. Red Hat for SAP. Open. For business. www.redhat.com/sap

  7. SAP

    SAP stands for Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing (Anwendungen und Produkte in der Datenverarbeitung in German). SAP was founded in 1972 in Walldorf, Germany and now has offices around the world. SAP is the market leader in enterprise application software, helping companies of all sizes and in all industries run at their best: 77% of the world’s transaction revenue touches an SAP system. Our machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), and advanced analytics technologies help turn customers’ businesses into intelligent enterprises. 

  8. Google Cloud

    Enable your business with SAP on Google Cloud. Our smart infrastructure offers comprehensive cloud security, premium network and superior business continuity with zero downtime infrastructure maintenance. Resources scale easily with the speed of business. Drive smarter decisions and improve processes with Google Cloud’s automated AI/ML models and analytics.

  9. Trust the Experts When It Comes to Tax Technology Integration- White Paper

    Many B2B organizations use multiple platforms within their technology stack such as CRM, e-commerce, point-of-sale, and many others. When introducing a tax technology solution into the mix, the complexities of the integration could disrupt day-to-day business processes. Read this white paper to learn the importance of working with an experienced tax technology vendor that has…
  10. Future-Proof Your Integration Strategy with SAP Cloud Platform Integration Suite

    Future-Proof Your Integration Strategy with SAP Integration Suite

    Seamless integration across applications and systems — whether they are SAP, non-SAP, on-premise, cloud, or hyperscaler systems — enable organizations to digitalize their end-to-end processes and make the enterprise more connected and intelligent. Forward-thinking organizations are taking a holistic and strategic approach to their enterprise integration initiatives as they pursue digital transformation, embracing the agility…