Five Minute Briefing - SAP
July 27, 2022
Published in conjunction with the Independent SAP Technical User Group (formerly the International Sybase User Group), this monthly publication contains news, market research, insight for the SAP user community, as well as ISUG-TECH news and information.
GFOS mbH announced that its modular HR software, gfos 4.8, is certified by SAP to integrate with cloud solutions from SAP, helping organizations extract employee data from SAP SuccessFactors solutions to further process the information within the gfos software.
OutSystems, a global leader in high-performance application development, announced it is now an official member of the SAP PartnerEdge program, with a Build focus, underscoring its commitment to providing high-value low-code to businesses using SAP solutions. While twice as many OutSystems customers connect to SAP technologies as any other system of record, the new relationship will make it even easier for additional businesses within the SAP ecosystem to discover and connect with OutSystems.
SAP is acquiring Askdata, a startup focused on search-driven analytics, to help organizations make better-informed decisions by leveraging AI-driven natural language searches. With this acquisition, users are empowered to search, interact, and collaborate on live data to maximize business insights, according to the vendor.
SAP released 27 new and updated Security Notes, including six High Priority notes, during its July patch release. Onapsis Research Labs (ORL) supported SAP in patching a Missing Authorization Check vulnerability in the highly sensitive SAP Enterprise Extension Defense Forces & Public Security application.
Think About It
The pandemic has expedited businesses' need to digitally transform. Surging digital demands paired with talent shortages while using legacy technologies have made it nearly impossible for businesses to keep pace with change, innovate, and stay ahead of the competition. To meet these challenges, organizations need technologies that make it easier to build applications and streamline workflows. The answer? Low code development.