If you want to build applications that fully complement SAP® Business Suite software and meet customer expectations for integration, support, usability, and reliability, then you need the SAP Guidelines for Best-Built Applications that integrate with SAP Business Suite.
The guidelines provide recommendations to customers and partners to help ensure that their solutions adhere to architectural approaches, standards, and industry best practices similar to the ones used by SAP. The result? Customers and partners reduce integration, training, administration, and upgrade costs. The guidelines are updated regularly, so partners and customers can make effective choices among technology and integration.
“SAP Guidelines for Best-Built Applications That Integrate with SAP Business Suite” – BBA for short – started in 2009 and has come a long way since then. A pulse check was overdue. We ran an online survey at the beginning of the year and like to share the results with our readers. Click here for a detailed report.
As our readers know, we update our Best-Built Applications Guidelines (BBA) book multiple times a year. Read about our new content here or just download a fresh copy from the pdf or ePub links in the download secton above.
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