Global Survey for SAP NetWeaver Process Integration 2013
IFG global Survey 2013 for SAP NetWeaver PI
As in previous years, the Global Special Interest Group for Process Integration conducts its annual survey for SAP NetWeaver PI.
Focus of the survey is to collect the latest state of the positioning, use and organization of SAP NetWeaver PI and SAP integration in companies all around the globe. Target group are employees from companies using SAP NetWeaver PI as an integration platform.
As in the past, the survey results will enable the IFG to better address the needs of PI users and serve as an important basis for the discussion with SAP. In 2012 over 250 people participated in the survey which helped SAP to develop and validate their product strategy and focus for future functional enhancements.
The survey contains 23 general questions and 9 questions about this year’s special topic ‘B2B and EDI’. Apart from minor adjustments, the general questions stay the same each year, so that the survey can also show changes in the use and positioning of PI over the years.
The global PI survey for 2013 can be found at the following URL:
(survey link is now closed after offical end-date)
- May 6th 2013: Official start of survey
- August 24th 2013: End of survey
- September/October 2013: Publication of results within the SAP user groups and on SAP SCN
Update September 2nd 2013
The survey for 2013 was closed on August 26th. Many thanks to all 539 participants for this new record! The results of the survey will be published on SCN by end of September.
An extract of the results of the surveys can be found in the following blogs:
- Results of the global NetWeaver PI Survey 2011
- Results of the global NetWeaver PI Survey 2012
- Results of the global NetWeaver PI Survey 2013 (Part 1 of 2)
- Results of the global NetWeaver PI Survey 2013 (Part 2 of 2)
For more background about our interest group see our central blog International Focus Group for SAP NetWeaver Process Integration.
Your active participation is important for us and SAP! Target is to beat our record of 400 participants from 2011.
Questions and feedback are welcome.