Monday, January 07, 2008

Integrating SAP and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

Although Gartner started talking about portals which would  provide an integrated view for information access/content aggregation, applications and data as well as process integration back in 2002, we only see this promise delivered now. [For more about the evolution of Portals - see  6 generations of Portal Technology: from Content Aggregation to Portal Aggregation.]

The main business processes of a company are typically found in their back-end line of business applications. One of these LOB's incountornable  is SAP . Next are a couple of links which show you how you can integrate SAP and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS):


I'm currently looking at how you can integrate Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, so expect a couple of blog posts about this topic later on.


Anonymous said...

For SAP integration with MOSS check out Topaz Technology

Anonymous said...

Hi there,
Can you please tell me why & where is there any need to Integrate SAP and MOSS? As both of the technologies serve similar purpose.


Anonymous said...

Because some companies may already have an existing corporate portal, such as MOSS, WebSphere, etc.. and wish to have SAP business processes available.

Richard Weed