SAP: Should You ‘SharePoint-enrich’ SAP or ‘SAP-enable’ SharePoint?

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The answer is both!  We are excited to present a new solution which lets SharePoint users work on documents and connect them seamlessly with an underlying SAP processes _x000D_ (think sales quotes, maintenance manuals, contracts, customer support documents etc.)  The solution works both ways, connecting SharePoint content into an SAP business workspace, and presenting SAP data in the SharePoint UI.   Cool, eh?  And by the way, the solution also offers governance, archiving and records management capabilities for SharePoint to ensure compliance with long term information retention and destruction goals.  Fully leverage your SAP and SharePoint investments by combining the power of both!

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      bhennick

      Missed this session at SPC14? Or you would like to learn more? Join OpenText, SAP, and Microsoft on March 26th from 2-3pm EST | 11am-12pm PST for a complimentary webinar as we jointly introduce SAP Content Management for SharePoint by OpenText. You can register here http://www.opentext.com/powerof3

      SAP Content Management for SharePoint by OpenText enables users to combine SAP data and processes with Microsoft SharePoint content and vice versa. Register for this exclusive webinar and discover how combining the power of SAP and SharePoint can:

      • Optimize the value of both SharePoint and SAP
      • Accelerate efficiencies across the enterprise
      • Transform your organization to be truly collaborative

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