As some of our hawk-eyed users have been quick to notice, we’ve now added support for OpenSocial – a common set of programming standards used by many social web applications. Supporting OpenSocial standards means that SAP StreamWork users will get access to a broader range of tools and functionality.
If you’ve developed an application using the popular OpenSocial API, you’ll now be able to register it with SAP StreamWork and make it available to users in the SAP StreamWork tools catalog.
Several companies have already taken advantage:
Atlassian is offering issue tracking, collaboration, and software development tools to help teams of SAP StreamWork users conceive, plan, build, and launch great products. Using SAP StreamWork and Atlassian for software development and product management.
CS Odessa is offering ConceptDraw MindWave, a visual mind-mapping collaboration tool. The application supports team content generation during web-conducted meetings and allows users to quickly construct interactive maps representing current or future projects and tasks.
Doodle will help SAP StreamWork users save time and simplify the coordination of appointments with its online scheduling service.
Google is offering the Google Translate gadget to translate between common languages in the world.
Got Decisions, the leader in tradeoff-based decisions, is working within the SAP StreamWork collaborative framework to help colleagues make decisions using an approach that emulates the way the human brain works during decision-making. How to make tradeoff-based decisions with Got Decisions and SAP StreamWork.
MindMeister is providing SAP StreamWork users with a brainstorming tool that uses a scientifically proven mind-mapping technique. The tool will help users review ideas and map out decisions. Learn more about how MindMeister and SAP StreamWork work together.