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​ERP-Link Suite for SharePoint and SAP


Lower your costs and improve productivity in SAP and SharePoint


Gimmal’s ERP-Link Suite for Microsoft SharePoint/Office 365 and SAP eliminates interoperability barriers between SAP and Microsoft environments, leveraging SharePoint to provide content, data and process enrichment for SAP. This augmentation allows users inside and outside of SAP to collaborate and work on the same document-centric business processes.
By optimizing content access and workflow activities for mission-critical SAP processes, ERP-Link shortens business cycles for those SAP driven processes. By removing the need to log into SAP, ERP-Link empowers SharePoint users to participate in SAP processes from a familiar Microsoft environment, allowing companies to strategically improve efficiency and dramatically reduce operational costs.


Complete SAP SharePoint Integration: See ERP-Link in action
Why Interoperability? 

SAP is employed as the system of record and organizational process engine within many organizations. Although it is very powerful, it can also be difficult to learn and use. The SAP system is too complex for casual users to be productive within—the number of screens (and interface itself) can make it challenging to find content and participate in processes for those who are not extensively trained on the system. It’s also very difficult to organically extend SAP functions to all of the relevant participants in a given business process. Some users only need access to a few specific functions, and licensing costs can add up quickly. In other scenarios, security concerns make allowing certain user groups to have full access an unnecessary exposure to risk. By providing SAP integration with SharePoint, ERP-Link eliminates the process pitfalls that can limit success.

ERP-Link allows SharePoint to act as an organization’s SAP Content Archive, provides synchronized SAP metadata, and exposes SAP processes that can be enriched and executed. Together, SAP and SharePoint can provide a unified platform that optimizes organizational collaboration and performance.



Achieve Complete SharePoint and SAP Interoperability to: 

Improve operational efficiency

  • Extend mission-critical SAP processes, content, and data to the enterprise, its customers, and its suppliers, providing the right content to the right user at the right time in the process
  • Simplify integration steps and tasks, leading to more effective use of business analysts who can take action to rapidly build out and improve mission critical workflow
Reduce cost of SAP operations
  • Reduced SAP content storage cost
  • Reduced licensing costs for casual SAP users
  • Reduced cost in extending work processes in native SAP compared to Nintex and Office 365 alone


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The ERP-Link Suite for Microsoft SharePoint and SAP eliminates barriers between your SAP and Microsoft environments, enabling users inside and outside of SAP to collaborate and work on the same SAP document-­centric business processes. SharePoint users are able to contribute to shortening business cycles for key functions that rely on SAP – without having to log into SAP.
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Learn about the challenges native SAP has when dealing with document content in their user experience, storage strategies and extension architecture and helps the reader understand the need for advanced SAP content integration and interoperability products such as Gimmal's ERP-Link for SharePoint & SAP.
This paper will explain how, with ERP-Link Suite, incoming and outgoing documents can be automatically connected to specific SAP business objects and processes and stored directly in SharePoint. The utilization of SharePoint can be transparent to the SAP user and the SAP business processes themselves.