SAP Integration

What is SAP Integration?

SAP Integration facilitate Integration Between SAP and non-SAP applications. Companies each day are inundated with SAP application integration challenges. Businesses that do not integrate their SAP systems run the risk of failing to optimize critical business functions, resulting in reduced business agility and business process inefficiencies. Businesses, therefore, are continually looking for ways to integrate multiple stand-alone applications into a single application to reduce integration costs while concurrently focusing on ways to accelerate profitable growth. Also, the SAP landscape has been evolving over the past several years and companies looking to integrate their SAP systems have witnessed the burgeoning of SAP integration applications that have transformed the way businesses are controlling all aspects of their operations.


SAP is one of the most widely used enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions today, enabling organizations across various industries to optimize critical business functions such as accounting and financials, human capital management, supplier relationship management, enterprise performance management, and many others.

One of the major challenges facing companies who rely on SAP is integration. Without proper integration between SAP applications and non-SAP applications, companies fail to fully automate and optimize their business processes.

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