I’m happy to announce that we can offer two new Business ByDesign Develop Better Webinars with SAP Experts designed for ISV partners in July and August 2018.
These webinars are tailored specially for ISV partners in order to improve development capabilities but can be visited by other partners as well with extended implementation or extension needs.
Here are the details of the upcoming webinars:
System Workload Reduction
In Business ByDesign, we helps our customers to achieve an optimal system performance by reducing the unnecessary workload in the system. To achieve the same, our workgroup reaches out to customers and partners where we observe unusual patterns in their respective tenants, so that corrective action can be taken. With this session, we want to present an overview of what we are doing and how you can help us here.
Here is the link to register:
GDPR/DPP compliance related development
Due to the new regulations of GDPR of course new development requirements are coming up by the customers, like for example DPP compliance issues. This session will give you an introduction in this topic plus hints and tips and our lessons learned from already performed DPP implementations via PDI.
Here are the links to register:
If you are interested in the recordings of previous webinars from the same series, please have a look at PartnerEdge portal and search for ‘Develop Better Webinar’ or have a look here:
- UI Designer in the SAP Cloud Applications Studio
- Lifecycle Considerations
- Backup Data of Your Add-On Developments
- Shadow/Supplement Business Objects
- Web Services (Implement, Enhance, Create)
- Embedded Components
- Code Optimization in PDI
- Development Type Differentiation
In order to respect also your needs of development guidance as a partner, we will do our best to consider for future webinars also your inputs. This means, if you would like to see a specific development topic reflected in one of the upcoming webinars, please send us your ideas therefore to the following eMail-address with the subject “Develop Better Input”: