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SAP’s mobile offering has undergone a number of dramatic changes over the years with SAP Mobile Engine (ME), Mobile Infrastructure (MI), the Sybase Unwired Platform (SUP) and more recently SAP’s Mobile Platform (SMP). It should have been no surprise then when SAP’s announcement of the launch of Fiori in May 2013 caused such a stir and no small amount of excitement and scepticism within the SI and customer community.In this blog, we will take a close look at Fiori, explore where it fits in to an already complex SAP mobile landscape and examine the circumstances under which you might consider implementing a Fiori solution. We will also look at how it compares with DVW’s own mobile platform, MCAF.
Brakes isupply! portal is a new online tool that helps suppliers to the Brakes Group improve their cash flow, plan more effectively and be more responsive and efficient. Following the success of our Sales Force Dashboard implementation, Brakes engaged De Villiers Walton to build the portal using our SAP-based DVW Multi-Channel Application Framework.
In our recent blogs, we’ve been banging the drum for Microsoft PowerPivot as a cost-effective enabler of flexible reporting and self-service BI. As an SAP consulting company that specializes in SAP Business Intelligence it would be remiss of us to ignore SAP Lumira, the latest incarnation of the data visualisation tool formerly known as SAP Visual Intelligence. In this blog then, we will compare the features offered within Lumira with those offered in PowerPivot.
Take a look at this short video of our proof of concept demonstrating how the camera on an Android smartphone can be used to simplify the process of ordering spare parts for a piece of equipment.
If you are a current SAP customer interested in e-commerce, you will almost certainly have heard of Hybris and SAP Web Channel Experience Management (WCEM) but I think it’s unlikely that you will have heard of Oscar. I’ll address Oscar shortly but before I do I wanted to share our latest thinking on SAP-based e-commerce with Hybris and WCEM.