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I am very excited to blog about this comparison and positioning paper about existing SAP workflow and orchestration technologies.

This paper is the result of a long research and review process involving multiple people within SAP (Product Management, Product Marketing, Consulting, Sales Engineers, etc). Every different group has brought a different perspective and view to this topic and we hope it contains valuable information when it comes to better understanding our solutions, but more importantly when to use which.

We are also including some recommendations as to what are the critical solutions moving forward so that you can think strategically about each of them and where SAP is planning investment moving forward.

This document has been prepared for the SAP community (customers, partners, etc) as a way to show our recommendations and thoughts. As such, I would be very grateful to hear your thoughts and feedback.

Read the whitepaper:

Workflow and Orchestration Solutions from SAP – Overview and Positioning

Enjoy !

             Eduardo Chiocconi.

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  1. Susan Keohan
    Eduardo (and Mike S)
    Thanks for putting this front and center.  I am sure that there are lots of SCN community members who will benefit. 

    And don’t forget – the ASUG Call for Presentations is open until December 21!  Visit
    callforpresentations.asug.com

    Sue

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    1. Eduardo Chiocconi Post author
      Hi Sue,
          Thanks for your comments. Hope this is useful for you and all the community. We are working on and organizing several submissions before Dec 21st 🙂

                Eduardo.

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    1. Eduardo Chiocconi Post author
      You are welcome. Curious to know if this applies to your landscape and whether you have this hybrid combination of BWF and Process Orchestration solutions ? Thanks !

              Eduardo.

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