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What’s SAP and Microsoft doing together at SharePoint 2014?

This year’s SharePoint conference is action packed with many sessions and activities about the next generation solutions for SAP and Microsoft interoperability.  If you are one of the fortunate ones going to the conference this blog will help you plan your experience and not miss a beat when it comes to SAP and Microsoft interoperability and how we together are Innovating for Your Success.

When:  March 3 – March 6 2014

Where:  Las Vegas – Venetian Resort Hotel Casino


Our Sessions


Title / Link Description Presenter
March 3de
3.45 – 5.00 PM
Microsoft and SAP – Enhancing your familiar business environment with access to trusted data across the enterprise


Coupling the powerful insights and informed decisions that result from real-time data analysis with the ensuing increase in business process and productivity requirements could mean the difference between business success and failure. How important is it to access data through tools that you’re familiar with, that always work, that enhance productivity? Come see the next generation of interoperability between Microsoft and SAP to learn how you can leverage your investments in SAP and Microsoft technology.
  • Pascal Gibert, SAP, GM Business Information & Technology Group, Gateway Consumption Tools
  • Jayne Landry, SAP
      Global VP & GM, Business Intelligence
  • Eron Kelly, Microsoft GM,
      Product Marketing
  • Rob Lefferts, Microsoft Director of Program Management
  • Moderated by Chris Voss, Director – Worldwide SAP
    and IBM Alliances at Microsoft
March 4th
12:45-1:00 PM

Interoperability of SAP and Microsoft climbing new heights


Integration between the worlds of SAP and Microsoft is getting to the next level with new offerings enabling easy access to SAP data from various Microsoft Technologies, applications and multiple channels. Get insights to the latest additions to the new family of successful interoperability products.
  • Ella Morgulis, SAP, Product Manager, Business Information & Technology Group, Gateway Consumption Tools
March 6th
12:00 – 1:15 PM

The Power of Two: Bringing Microsoft and SAP Closer Together


Microsoft and SAP have a suite of current solutions and services that help organizations integrate SAP business data and processes with SharePoint and Office 365. While these current services will meet the needs of organizations for years to come, work practices are changing. Now more than ever, users need easy, quick and reliable access to data from the organization’s SAP
systems, and businesses must react quickly to ever changing market requirements. The next generation of integration between Microsoft and SAP lays the foundation for rapid development, customization, and deployment of solutions for today and tomorrow’s business environments. In this session we’ll review current integration strategies and share the foundational bets we’re jointly making for tomorrow.
  • Yuval Anafi, SAP Area Product Owner, Business
    Information & Technology Group, Gateway Consumption Tools
  • Shoshanna Budzianowski.
    Microsoft Partner Group Program Manager

SAP overall agenda builder:

Our Demo Pod

We have our own booth at the SharePoint Conference so make sure to stop by. We will be demonstrating how to integrate Microsoft Office and any Visual Studio C# application to SAP with the newly released SAP Gateway productivity accelerator for Microsoft (GWPAM).  You will have the chance to see the preview of a planned innovation to include GWPAM on Microsoft Azure cloud which will allow further Microsoft product integration with SAP.

You will find us in booth #1724.

Follow the action on Social

Not able to go? Do not worry, we will cover the event on our Social Media channels. We will also make sure we will provide you all with ongoing blogs and a re-cap after the event on this SCN community. On our Duet Enterprise Social Media channels below we cover both SAP NetWeaver Gateway productivity accelerator for Microsoft and Duet Enterprise.

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#spc14 #PT009 #SPC2999 #SPC309
#sap #netweaver #gateway #microsoft

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Thank you for reading and hope you will visit our session, booth or follow us on social.

More details will come, rest assured and Comments/ questions are always welcome!

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      Author's profile photo Syam Babu
      Syam Babu

      Eagerly waiting for more updates on SAP and Microsoft Interoperability.



      Author's profile photo Jelena Perfiljeva
      Jelena Perfiljeva

      Just a suggestion - you might want to modify the headline to make it clear that the blog is a promo for the conference. Otherwise if someone who has no plans for the conference opens the blog expecting to find some details about the SAP tie in with SharePoint they might be in for a bitter disappointment.

      Actually it might make more sense to move this to the Events space since this is more about the event than actual interoperability. Just a thought...

      Author's profile photo Jenny Lundberg
      Jenny Lundberg
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks for sharing the input Jelena, Sorry if the heading disappointed you and I will think about it for next time. The good news that this post is just the first in a series of post from the event and we will share more details around the content and sessions  we will have so stay tuned for more details.

      Author's profile photo Jelena Perfiljeva
      Jelena Perfiljeva

      Figured out what threw me off - SharePoint is both the conference name and the MS product. So my brain ignored "at" and connected the dots that didn't exist. 🙂 Adding 'conference' at the end of the headline would very likely remidiate this and make it very clear to everyone. Thank you!