Share point 2013 sartuday, SharePoint & ERP Integrations

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Why integrate with ERP ?

When users want to be more socials, communicate, collaborate, knowledge, presentation of data.

When the existing ERP solution lacks flexibility, then SharePoint is really something to consider.

SharePoint offers complimentary functions i.e workflows, intranet

SharePoint has a out of the box services and components.

Content and Collaborations
Document management
Business Intelligence
Enterprise search

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Share point 2013 sartuday, SharePoint & ERP Integrations

  1. 1. 10/17/2013 1 SharePoint & ERP Integrations By; Dickson m. Kimeu • 21st September 2013
  2. 2. 2 10/17/2013 Dickson m. Kimeu Systems Integrator (.net framework (c#.net, asp.net/ wcf/ windows phone)) Email : dickson.kimeu@softwaredynamics.co.ke Softwaredynamics.co.ke / softwares.co.ke Skype : dickson.kimeu Gtalk : dicky.tech Twitter : newmuleso
  3. 3. 3 10/17/2013 SharePoint solutions architecture
  4. 4. 10/17/2013 Industry specific processes 4 Industry specific solutions
  5. 5. 10/17/2013 5 Why integrate ERP with SharePoint • When users want to be more socials, communicate, collaborate, knowledge, presentation of data. • When the existing ERP solution lacks flexibility, then SharePoint is really something to consider. • SharePoint offers complimentary functions i.e workflows, intranet • SharePoint has a out of the box services and components. • • • • Content and Collaborations Document management Business Intelligence Enterprise search
  6. 6. 10/17/2013 The solution Business Connectivity Services 6
  7. 7. 10/17/2013 7 BDC Business Data Connectivity Services Business Connectivity Services is a centralized infrastructure in SharePoint that supports integrated data solutions. With Business Connectivity Services, you can use SharePoint clients as interfaces into data that doesn’t live in SharePoint itself. For example, this external data may be in a database and it is accessed by using the outof-the-box Business Connectivity Services connector for that database.
  8. 8. 10/17/2013 8 BDC Core Functions The core function of the BDC is to provide connectivity to various kinds of external systems, and it has built-in support for connecting to the following kinds of data sources: Databases Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Web services Microsoft .NET Framework assemblies Custom data sources
  9. 9. 10/17/2013 BDC The developer tools MS SharePoint 2010/ 2013 MS SQL Server 2008/ 2012 MS Visual Studio 2010/ 2012 MS SharePoint Designer 9
  10. 10. 10 10/17/2013 BDC The developer skills MS SharePoint 2010/ 2013 BDC Model MS SQL Server 2008/ 2012 SQL Programming, Transact SQL MS Visual Studio 2010/ 2012 -C#.NET or VB.NET / HTML / CSS / Java Scripting / Ajax --Web Services --Enterprise Applications Architecture MS SharePoint Designer Designer tools
  11. 11. 10/17/2013 11 BDC Architecture SharePoint components External system components
  12. 12. BCS Server Features by SKU BCS Server Features External Data Column External Lists Connectors (ADO, WCF, .net) CA BDC Admin Pages BDC Muti-Tenant BDC Admin OM Runtime OM Secure Store BDC Web Parts Profile Pages Packaging Rich Client Extensions InfoPath Forms Foundation SharePoint Standard SharePoint Enterprise
  13. 13. 13 10/17/2013 Industry Verticals / Solutions Enterprise need !
  14. 14. 14 10/17/2013 ERP Integrations with Featuring
  15. 15. 10/17/2013 BDC Demo 1, Explore BDC services and components 15
  16. 16. 10/17/2013 BDC Demo 1, 16
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  20. 20. 10/17/2013 20 BDC Demo 2, Illustrate presentation of SharePoint data from Dynamics NAV DB
  21. 21. 10/17/2013 21 BDC Demo 2, Centralized infrastructure Business Connectivity Services is a centralized infrastructure that supports integrated data solutions . Managed authentication Another advantage of the centralized infrastructure in Business Connectivity Services is that it handles the security transactions with the external system. Search external content Because the Business Connectivity Services infrastructure is built into SharePoint, it takes advantage of common SharePoint features such as Search
  22. 22. 10/17/2013 BDC Demo 3, Dynamics NAV integration via web services 22
  23. 23. 10/17/2013 Demo 3, 23
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  33. 33. 33 10/17/2013 Dickson m. Kimeu Systems Integrator (.net framework (c#.net, asp.net/ wcf/ windows phone)) Q&A? Email : dickson.kimeu@softwaredynamics.co.ke Softwaredynamics.co.ke / softwares.co.ke Skype : dickson.kimeu Gtalk : dicky.tech Twitter : newmuleso
  34. 34. 34 10/17/2013 SharePoint & ERP Integrations By; Dickson m. Kimeu Q & A? • 21st September 2013

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