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Line-of-business leaders will become the driving force of enterprise service-oriented architecture.  In order to enable and accelerate this change, SAP is making the benefits of enterprise SOA more visible and tangible for business users.  The goal of this blog and enclosed White Paper is to provide a clear understanding of the User Interface strategy SAP is pursuing, and how to take advantage of the personal productivity benefits that enterprise SOA can deliver.  The flexibility of the enterprise SOA model makes it easier to integrate business processes, adopt new business models, and deliver new applications.  It makes it easier to do business in a way that is unique to your enterprise.  This same flexibility and adaptability can be delivered not only to the enterprise as a whole, but to every end user.  Each user is unique.  Each person's work is unique.  Enterprise applications must allow people to do their work, their way.    SAP is addressing this topic.  The core UI technology in SAP NetWeaver is evolving to provide UI services and building blocks that can be consumed through multiple channels and clients while advancing the application user experience to become more adaptive, contextual and intuitive.     In the last 15 years, the SAP software serving the needs of accessing business application UIs has evolved from the SAPGUI to today's SAP NetWeaver Enterprise Portal and Web Dynpro.  The customer investment in our existing UI technology will continue to be leveraged in the enterprise SOA era.  The SAP NetWeaver Portal will continue to serve as the aggregation hub for governed, role-based content and will continue to deliver SAP's web-based user experience. But the portal will also be opened, to deliver content and services through new access channels, giving users many more options to support their natural way of work.  Ensuring your strategic enterprise SOA platform supports this flexibility is critical as part of an integrated enterprise strategy to maximize user productivity while minimizing the total cost of IT. image Several groups in SAP gathered to co-author a White Paper which covers the SAP NetWeaver UI strategy and disclose in further details the following topics:
  • Project Muse (the first business browser on the market, the SAP NetWeaver Business Client)
  • The future of browser-based access (continuous innovation in the SAP NetWeaver Enterprise Portal)
  • Targeted business users
  • A day in the life of a business user
  • Underlying UI technology
  • Customer benefits
  • Road map and timeline
  • » Using the SAP NetWeaver Enterprise Portal and NetWeaver Business Client



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