SAP TechEd 2021 is a wrap! We unveiled SAP Process Automation, what’s next?
We’ve had a very intense work in prepping the SAP annual event for developers because this year we launched our unified low-code/no-code offering. And as part of it, we also unveiled SAP Process Automation.
SAP Low-Code/No-code unified offering is launched!
During his keynote, Juergen Mueller explained the importance of low-code/no-code for SAP customers, who have to tackle scarcity of IT resources.
SAP CTO invited Diana Roesner and Marko Lehtimäki for showcasing a comprehensive demo of our low-code/no-code unified offering. The demo leverages SAP AppGyver for creating an application connected to S/4HANA to order replacement parts and SAP Process Automation, also using SAP AI Business Services, to build an approval workflow for these orders.
You can also watch the low-code/no-code end-to-end demo here:
Michael Weingartner, President of SAP Business Technology Platform Core, emphasized in an article on SAP News that SAP Now Provides a Unified Low-Code/No-Code Offering. And in a Strategy Talk he explained how to Realize More Business Value with SAP Business Technology Platform.
For more on overall low-code/no-code offering, please visit our web page.
SAP Process Automation is unveiled!
In a few words, SAP’s new solution provides end-to-end automation capabilities that leverage advanced BPM workflow management and embedded RPA functionality in a simple drag-and-drop user interface. SAP Process Automation is making citizen developers fully productive to adapt, improve, and innovate on their company’s business processes.
After it has been unveiled during the keynote, SAP Process Automation has been presented in a lecture from Sebastian Schroetel and Thomas Volmering. Sebastian also presented the outcomes of SAP process Automation for our customers in a blog post: “Achieving Hyperautomation with SAP Process Automation”. And you can watch this preview demo:
Regarding the technical sessions, we hope that you enjoyed the content we prepared for you and we want to warmly thank the thousands of Process Automation professionals who attended one of our sessions. If you missed some of them, replay is available. It does not include of course our workshops, where attendees have put their hands on SAP Intelligent RPA and SAP Workflow Management, but you can choose from:
For broader information of low-code/no-code activities at SAP TechEd, read the blog posts on
- Digital Experience by Vera Gutbrod for the latest news about SAP Work Zone and SAP Launchpad Service and what is coming next in this area
- Application Development by Maiara Ellwanger for the highlights and what’s next for SAP Business Application Studio and SAP AppGyver
In the press
Our low-code/no-code launch dragged a lot of interest from IT and business press, here are a few articles among many published around the world:
Market Research Telecast – SAP woos developers with no-code / low-code tools
ComputerWorld Switzerland (German) – Intelligente Tools ermöglichen Softwareentwicklung für alle
InforChannel (Brasil) – SAP lança ferramentas para desenvolvedores, IA incorporada e aprendizagem gratuita
ComputerSweden (Swedish) – SAP förenklar för användare med nya low code-verktyg
IT User (Spanish) – SAP presenta nuevas herramientas para facilitar el desarrollo en SAP TechEd
Handelsblatt (German) – „Jeder soll programmieren können“: Warum SAP auf Code aus dem Baukasten setzt
SAP TechEd is over, but you can further translate your learnings into tangible projects for your business: take advantage of Season 2 of our “Drive Hyperautomation with SAP Business Technology Platform” webinar series. Learn how existing products such as SAP Intelligent RPA, SAP Workflow Management and SAP AI Business Services can be easily combined to rapidly improve the efficiency of your business processes.
Starting November 29th, this virtual event kicks off with the keynote “Boost development agility and unleash innovation with Low-Code/No-Code” co-presented by Sebastian Schroetel, Head of Low-Code/No-Code Products, and Thomas Volmering, Head of Product Management & Solutions Engineering forSAP Workflow Management.
The following three Tuesdays (November 30th – December 14th) are dedicated to process automation scenarios in specific line-of-business: Finance, Customer Experience and Supply Chain management. With eleven guided demos you will learn how to solve particular business challenges by increasing the level of automation in enterprise applications such as SAP S/4HANA, SAP Business One, SAP Business ByDesign and SAP Commerce Cloud.
With SAP Intelligent RPA and SAP Workflow Management available now, and converging into SAP Process Automation, your journey towards Hyperautomation has never been so easy!
For more information on SAP Process Automation
- Read the blog post from Sebastian Schroetel “Achieving Hyperautomation with SAP Process Automation“, the Infographic and the Solution Brief
- Watch the Preview Demo