Demystifying SAP Build Process Automation – answering common questions, SAP strategy and solution positioning
SAP Build is a key component of SAP Business Technology Platform (SAP BTP)
SAP Build is a unified low code offering comprising of
- SAP Build Process Automation – helps to automate tedious processes
- SAP Build Apps – helps create and augment enterprise applications
- SAP Build Work Zone – helps design engaging business sites
In this blog let us deep dive into positioning of SAP Build Process Automation
We are very well aware that applications are just the start of extensive enterprise processes, including approval steps and additional data collection that makes the process complex and effort intensive.
To overcome these challenges, SAP Build Process Automation offers a comprehensive solution with task and process automation leveraging robotic process automation (RPA) bots, workflows, forms, embedded artificial intelligence (AI), business rules, and decisions.
Although there is enough of details available, there are lot questions on how SAP Build Process Automation adds up and extends the existing Business Processes of an Organization.
Here is an effort to look at key differentiators offered by SAP Build Process Automation – pitted against various parameters that are primary for a Business to be prepared in its journey of digital transformation
|Parameter||SAP Build Process Automation Differentiators|
|Scale & Performance Metrics||
|License from SAP||
|Risk from other packages||
|Ease of integration||
Conclusion & Takeaways: We now have clarity on how SAP Build Process Automation helps an Organization’s Businesses and IT teams to adopt digital technologies and expand in the cloud. We also are able to understand how SAP is poised as emerging leader in area of Process Automation to provide its customers an even more complete end to end solution.
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