Few people are adequately trained on SAP NetWeaver and Oracle Fusion to be able to make changes in how data can be viewed and analyzed
Redmond, WA (PRWEB) February 22, 2008
At the upcoming Microsoft Office SharePoint Conference 2008, attendees will get a glimpse of new technology which allows them to use their knowledge of SharePoint® to give information workers access to mission critical data in line of business systems like SAP NetWeaver and Oracle Fusion.
The large number of organizations running SAP NetWeaver® or Oracle® Fusion applications that also run Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS) will no longer need to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars and months of lost opportunity costs, to provide access to data for business decisions. Now a turnkey solution is available that extends data in these structured databases to the SharePoint environment within hours without the need to outsource to high price tag consulting groups.
Topaz Technology, lead by former Microsoft Enterprise Technology Strategist Noam Topaz, is helping companies access data that has been locked inside business applications like SAP and Oracle.
The company will provide a glimpse of their solution at the Microsoft SharePoint 2008 Conference March 2 - 6, in Seattle, Washington at booth number 1001.
Topaz technology makes it easy for power users and remote employees to use, share and modify data in structured databases by using the easier, customizable interface of SharePoint.
"Few people are adequately trained on SAP NetWeaver and Oracle Fusion to be able to make changes in how data can be viewed and analyzed," said Topaz. "These systems take a significant effort and expense to configure, have an extensive roll-out time, and cannot be easily changed to accommodate user requests. By using SharePoint with Topaz technology, a familiar interface can be used to access and edit data stored in these large systems."
Topaz Bridge business packages help organizations quickly and cost-effectively access information in line- of- business databases through out of the box solutions. Topaz Bridge conversion services automatically creates Web services structures, connecting data from back end systems such as SAP and Oracle, and enabling retrieval from a streamlined interface that enables write back access to the database.
By simplifying the access and edit process, IT administrators can extend the value of SAP and Oracle systems using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) technology without coding. The solution makes data retrievable through SharePoint in a short timeframe and provides access levels to be set by SharePoint administrators.
Topaz Employee Self Services
The first business package available from Topaz Technology is for human resources departments running SAP Employee Self Services (ESS) modules. An ESS solution can provide a means for employees to view and change their personal information including address, phone number, W-4, dependants, benefits elections, etc.
Topaz Bridge makes it easy to rapidly create a functional, customized ESS portal with built in templates that allow users and designers to experience greater functionality, flexibility and speed in a familiar SharePoint environment. Easier interfaces require less end-user training and help desk support. The service oriented architecture (SOA) solution does not require additional server infrastructure and network resources are not consumed.
Topaz Technology LLC is a Redmond, Washington based technology company that enables organizations to use, share and modify data from SAP NetWeaver ® platform in Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007.
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