SAP Process Orchestration Valuable Features

Bhargava Krishna T
Lead Consultant at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
With the latest version, what I find to be the most valuable are the REST, SuccessFactors, and Ariba Network adapter, OAuth 2.0 authentication,x-csrf-token, Improved alert mechanism. Message deletion option. NWBPM, BRM and B2B add-on. The NWBPM is also valuable. In the previous version, they had ccBPM, which caused performance degradation issues. With the migration into the new version, the performance has improved and our customers are pleased with this improvement. They have rules to configure directly in the integration directory that can be done within the interface itself, instead of configuring within the NWA and manually sending it to the users. View full review »
reviewer1302837
Partner & SAP Netweaver Solution Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The components that we use a lot and find very valuable are the integration map, the routing and we also use planning products for SAP in order to map each process there. My colleagues and I have extensive experience in process development, solutions, and architecture. All the integration, all the data maps, all the routing functions are good. These things are well managed by SAP. The ST-PI (Solution Tools Plug-In) that is part of the integration of the cloud services is also well-designed. View full review »
Robert Solomons
SAP Process Orchestration Team Lead at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
A valuable feature of the solution are all the connectors. I can connect to any environment, anywhere in the world. I can convert any message or data type. It has great monitoring tools and has its own alert framework as well. The really nice thing is that there's a big community and a lot of support. There's a clear roadmap and a vision from the provider as well so they keep you updated. and always notify us of the latest technologies. You have an indication of where the industry is moving and the direction we should take. They've never failed us. View full review »
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reviewer1263963
Infrastructure Specialist at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution is working well. We don't have any operational problems with it at all. We don't have to load or deploy technologies from several vendors. It's a mid ware that provides us all that we need in a technical view. For example, if we need to use a Java connector, it provides this for us. It's a specific and specialized product. The most valuable feature for us is the fact that we can deploy interfaces in a secure way. It helps us reduce vulnerabilities on the internet due to the fact that it allows for the best interface in a dedicated link between companies. The solution offers very good documentation and manuals to assist with understanding the solution. View full review »
Atakan Köycü
Founder at Negzel.net
There are multiple adapters and they are very good with SAP. There's a file adaptor, JDBC adaptor, B2B (EDI) adaptor, SOAP, SFTP, REST. The solution provides very good and central logging systems. It offers high flexibility with vertical and horizontal extend capacity. The PO package has about eight or nine products inside it. Like SAP PI, BRM, BPM; so it's quite extensive. View full review »
reviewer1386681
Software Engineer at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The standard adapter with EBA abilities is the most valuable feature. It has good process integration. There's a rule framework orchestrating the value right from the user role. If a user wanted to give access to someone or the other user has to delay the process order or access the process order, all those things can be orchestrated. View full review »
Ayemi Musa
Sr. ABAP Developer at Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
The solution makes it easy to solve integration problems. Most ESBs and most integration we do, we find it helps solve a lot of integration problems. The solution is easy to use. SAP used to be difficult. It was known for being difficult, however, the feeling is quite understandable. The way it's been extracted, the way it's model-driven, it's a very unique product. View full review »
reviewer1307673
Solution Architect - SAP Banking at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the seamless integration with backend systems. View full review »
Sateesh Nagabhiru
Senior Integration Engeneer at ATOS
The most valuable feature is the proxy, which can be used when we have a very large volume of data. The connectors are very good because you can connect with databases such as Microsoft SQL and Oracle to use their services. The file adapter is great because we can deal with various file application systems. The monitoring is one of the greatest features in Process Orchestration because it is user-friendly and easy for somebody who is not experienced. The messages are clear and they can learn how to use the monitoring by themselves. View full review »
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