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  • Important of ERP systems like SAPEnterprise systems such as SAP are the mission critical transactional backbone of the vast majority of enterprises today. There is tremendous efficiency to be gained from automating core business processes. SAP solutions excel at this.Challenges with ERP systemsHowever, such systems like SAP also have a set of challenges for both the business side of the house and the technical/IT side of the house. For example, one of the feedback that you hear from IT organizations is that SAP can be too brittle and complex and costly to keep up with business changes. Another common feedback: Custom solutions add complexity to the IT landscape. And of course: Lack of user adoption of Enterprise systems lowers the overall return on IT investments.On the Business side, the challenges are often associated to not be able to do their jobs properly because they don’t have access to the data and have to rely on either a core set of skilled power users or IT and unfortunately, IT being slow in addressing the needs of their business units. Also, many IT solutions are not “intuitive” for some of the end users.Strategic Intent for Duet Enterprise: how it helps mitigate some of the challengesDuet Enterprise bridge the gap between IT and Business Users or Departments to enable them to fulfill their needs around SAP without having to engage IT for every single requests (e.g. reports, collaboration on business data etc.). On the other side, for IT, Duet Enterprise is a standard platform to deliver immediate value to Business Users but also to enable innovation for Business Users.
  • Duet Enterprise brings together the worlds of Business Process (SAP), and Collaboration (Microsoft) by enabling the interoperability between SAP and SharePoint 2010. Or Duet Enterprise blends SAP with Microsoft SharePoint and Office combining collaboration and productivity with business data and processes. Business users can benefit from a unified and simplified access to the data and actions they need that increase their personal and team productivity.Duet Enterprise provides a foundation enabling interoperability between SAP applications and Microsoft SharePoint, Tools & Services to composesolutions that blend the worlds of process and collaboration and ready-to-use capabilities that provide immediate value to end users.Duet Enterprise delivers ready-to-use capabilities with quick time to value for users to collaborate around SAP data, participate in SAP workflows, access SAP reports, explore HR information and search SAP and SharePoint
  • Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is the business collaboration platform for the enterprise and the web that enables you to connect and empower people through an integrated set of rich features from Sites to Composites. Whether deployed on-premise or as a hosted service SharePoint 2010 help you cust costs with a unified infrastructure while allowing you to rapidly respond to business needs.
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  • SAP content can be exposed in multiple Uis. For example, it can be exposed in SharePoint external lists, it can be exposed in an Outlook Task Pane or other Office applications. Bottom line is that the type of SAP content or solutions that you build can be exposed in SharePoint or Office.In addition, this content can also be taken offline. For example, SAP content expose in Outlook as Contacts or Tasks for example can be taken offline. External Lists or Reports can also be taken offline using SharePoint Workspace.
  • Fabio Mignani microsoft

    1. 1. Microsoft Duet Enterprise for SharePoint and SAP Fabio Mignani Sr. Technology Specialist Enterprise and Partner Group Microsoft Italy fabio.mignanii@microsoft.com
    2. 2. 80% Estimate custom design Get specs Validate from with Tech customer Sales Cost out Decide Assemble Approve the discount proposed proposed solution strategy response responseCreate Create Create Complete Create Qualified? Closed? Lead Oppt’y Quote Sale P.O. Retire20% Lead CRM ERP
    3. 3. Meet changing business needs Manage IT costs and complexityBoost People’s productivity to drive Deliver against changing business requestsbusiness Control support, integration & training costAccelerate access and flow of information Protect information and stay compliantReduce risk to the business Connect users to key business processesDrive insight from complexity Provide scale agility and enable innovationAccelerate access to business data
    4. 4. Out of the Box Out of the BoxBusiness Scenarios Interoperability• Built on Exchange, Office and • Built on SharePoint 2010 dedicated Duet Server • It’s all about extensibility• Limited extensibility • Duet Enterprise is a new Product• Duet is NOT discontinued
    5. 5. Consume and Extend SAP through Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Interoperability
    6. 6. The Business Collaboration Platform for the Enterprise and the Internet Bring data from external systems into SharePoint and Office, interact with it, reuse it, and empower end users to gain Sites insight into the underlying data in a reusable wayComposites CommunitiesInsights Content Search
    7. 7. Account Team for “County General Hospital”
    8. 8. Duet Enterprise SAP Duet Enterprise Add-on SharePoint Add-on Clients Auto - Deploy SAP NetWeaver Rationalized Architecture Rapid Implementation No Client Installation
    9. 9. The Foundation for interoperability between SAP and SharePoint
    10. 10. Microsoft SharePoint Microsoft SharePoint Duet Add-on Microsoft SharePoint Duet Add-on Duet Add-on SAP Netweaver SAP Netweaver DuetSAP Netweaver Add-on Duet Add-on Duet Add-onSAP Netweaver BW SAP ERP 6.0 EMEA HR AmericaSAP Netweaver BW SAP ERP 2004 North America HR EMEA
    11. 11. Browser Office Applications Business Connectivity Services SAP Duet Enterprise Add-onSAP System SAP System
    12. 12. Expose: Out-of-the-box Granular SAPServices and information observing SAPsecurity model Compose: Declaratively package transaction and interaction from high level building blocks Consume: Office business parts across Client, Browser and Phone Deploy: Automate deployment with ClickOnce, no client install. Innovate: Quickly extend existing solutions to drive role specific relevance from the edge
    13. 13. Ensuring quick time to value Simplified access to Immediate business processes andvalue to all employees information from SAP
    14. 14. End UserFramework
    15. 15. End User SP SP SP SAP SAP SAP SAP
    16. 16. Integrated View of User Identity
    17. 17. End User
    18. 18. End User SubscribeDeliver Offline Admin
    19. 19. Duet Enterprise FoundationComponent Required VersionSAP Netweaver stack NW 7.02.NET framework .NET 3.0/3.5Microsoft SharePoint SharePoint Enterprise 2010 ( 64- bit) - ECAL OS – Windows 2008 ( 64- bit)Microsoft Office – Client Office 2010 Pro Plus (optional)Client -Browser IE 7.0 or higher, Firefox 3.x, Safari 4.xDatabase/s (Server – SQL 2008 or SQL 2005 (Enterprise, Standard) Server –MS) 64 bit onlySAP Backend R/3 4.6c or higher
    20. 20. Ready-to-use capabilitiesComponent Required VersionWorkflow NW 7.0 (NW 04s) SP 15, NW 6.40 (NW04) SP22 or higherBusiness Content ERP 2004 or higherReporting ERP 2004, ERP 6.0 (2005) or higher NW BI 3.5/7.0 or higher
    21. 21. and Officemgmt., security, manageability and supportability
    22. 22. Empower employees with Drive Adoption of SAP and Address Business needs timelysolutions that Improve personal Microsoft Solutions to all and effectively and team productivity employees
    23. 23. © 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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