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United Planet annoncerer Smart Tredjeparts Web App Builder til SAP NetWeaver Gateway-teknologi

FREIBURG, Tyskland, February 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

United Planet (http://www.unitedplanet.com), en af de førende udviklere af virksomhedsportal-software i Europa, har udviklet et generisk udviklingsmiljø til SAP NetWeaver Gateway-teknologi. 'SAP Certified - Powered by SAP NetWeaver'-grænsefladen, Intrexx Business Adapter 1.0 (http://www.intrexx.com/sng), giver brugerne mulighed for hurtigt og nemt at integrere deres SAP-data i enhver kompileret webapplikation, ved hjælp af Open Data-protokollen (OData). Brug af grænsefladen i forbindelse med SAP NetWeaver Gateway giver brugerne mulighed for at udnytte de nye licensmodeller, der tilbydes af SAP specifikt til SAP NetWeaver Gateway.

SAP NetWeaver Gateway bruger den standardiserede web-protokol OData og forenkler adgang til SAP-data, især for dem, der ikke er SAP-udviklere. Takket være OData-protokollen, behøver brugeren ikke længere at være bekendt med SAP-grænseflader eller det relevante SAP-system. I stedet, muliggør OData den nemme og enkle integration i-, og behandling af data på de fleste teknologiplatforme og udviklingsmiljøer. Disse egenskaber stilles til rådighed for brugeren via den nye funktionalitet, som leveres af Intrexx Business-Adapter 1.0.

Intrexx er et platform-uafhængigt visuelt udviklingsmiljø, som kan anvendes til at lave web-baserede applikationer samt hele virksomhedsportaler. Fordelen ved ​​United Planet-softwaren, der i øjeblikket bruges af mere end 4,000 brugere og organisationer, ligger i integrationen af ​​alle de tilgængelige data i en virksomhed og evnen til at bruge det i nye programmer. Softwarens enkelhed reducerer betydeligt den tid, der er nødvendig for at skabe og lancere disse applikationsprojekter.

Med den nye grænseflade, der forbinder Intrexx Business-Adapter 1.0 og SAP NetWeaver Gateway, kan enhver SAP-tjeneste integreres i applikationer, der er tilgængelige via OData-protokollen, med et klik på en mus. Brugeren nyder godt af en ny og meget omkostningseffektiv, brugsafhængig licensmodel fra SAP AG. Adapteren blev certificeret af SAP AG i september 2012.

United Planets adm. direktør Axel Wessendorf, forklarer: "Tidligere løsninger har altid været begrænset til en meget præcist specificeret og gennemført tjeneste, for eksempel, forretningspartner-adresser. Med Intrexx Adapter til SAP NetWeaver Gateway er vi gået en anden vej. Takket være den generiske tilgang, kan hver bruger vælge hvilke tjenester eller data, som de ønsker at inkludere i deres applikationer eller portal. Dette giver øget fleksibilitet på en langt mere forenklet måde".

En anden fordel for brugeren er adgang til "Mobile Assistant", som er blevet integreret i Intrexx. Dette gør det muligt at levere applikationer med SAP-data til alle mobile enheder (f.eks. iPhone, Android, BlackBerry), hvilket giver brugerne mulighed for nemt og enkelt at få adgang til alle relevante oplysninger i deres SAP backend-systemer via Intrexx og SAP NetWeaver Gateway.

Om United Planet

United Planet er en af ​​de førende udviklere af virksomhedsportal-software i Europa. Mere end 500,000 brugere i 4,500 mellemstore virksomheder, offentlige forvaltninger og organisationer verden over sætter deres lid til dens portalsoftware Intrexx.

Ved hjælp af den platform-uafhængige standardsoftware Intrexx, kan virksomheder lave web-baserede applikationer samt hele intranet/virksomhedsportaler med avanceret funktionalitet langt hurtigere og mere omkostningseffektivt end med sammenlignelige programmer. Intrexx letter oprettelsen af ​​produktive arbejdsgange og genereringen af mobile apps til smartphones og tablet-pc'er fra alle leverandører. Eksisterende data fra ERP-systemer, Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes, og alle JDBC og OData-datakilder kan nemt integreres med Intrexx. Den SAP-certificerede grænseflade for SAP NetWeaver Gateway forenkler tilslutning til SAP-systemet på en hidtil uset måde. Selv Microsoft SharePoint kan beriges med de forretningsmæssige funktionalitetsforbedringer i ​​OData-grænsefladen. Dataintegration-egenskaberne ved Intrexx bliver i stigende grad også brugt som middleware for at fjerne unødvendig kompleksitet fra eksisterende og heterogene softwaremiljøer.

Med Intrexx Share, tilbyder United Planet en social forretningsplatform, som aktivt fremmer udveksling af viden og effektivt samarbejde mellem medarbejdere ved at integrere eksisterende virksomhedssoftware i en ny kommunikationskanal. Intrexx Application Store giver virksomheder adgang til at hente hundredvis af færdige applikationer og hele forretningsportaler.

http://www.unitedplanet.com

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