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2020-02-05T08:05:11Z

What is your primary use case for SAP Process Orchestration?

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Top 10Real User

We are using the solution mostly on-premise but we have purchased a license for cloud processing which we are planning on migrating to soon. In general, we use SAP Process Orchestration for e-commerce and e-invoicing for the government. Others, we have done Salesforce integrations as well. Most of our work is distributed to approximately 140 countries and depending on the regional requirements we have a few interfaces which are spread across all the regions, such as America, Europe, and Asia.

2021-09-20T15:54:35Z
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Top 20Real User

It's a technical product. We primarily use the solution for our infrastructure. It's a mid ware. We use it due to the fact that we need to deal with messages between our system and external systems. We need to construct communication channels, interface with them to define how much time or how many times we need to complete each interaction between the system. We also need it for monitoring issues, and we use Solution Manager to monitoring interfaces.

2021-01-27T10:01:16Z
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Top 20Consultant

This solution is good for specific customers who are not on the cloud.

2021-01-23T13:07:02Z
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Top 10Consultant

We have several SAP systems in our landscape that have different modules incorporated in it, and we are using this solution as a gateway for the integration within our landscape of both SAP and non SAP applications that are within the firewall and outside of the firewall. The primary use case of this solution is as a gateway for all of the integrations.

2020-08-30T08:33:38Z
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Top 20Real User

Our primary use case is for the business work clause. Even though there could be multiple cloud-based applications in real-time, doing on-premise work, people need some kind of security within their internet server and to do transactions. SAP Process Orchestration would encourage you to translate and do many activities. It has few disabilities. We can use standard EBA technology to transfer the invoices and make purchases.

2020-07-19T08:15:00Z
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Top 10Real User

We have 2 stances of the SAP PO 7.5 SP14 Java only and it is installed on-premise using IBM Hardware to support our on-premise SAP Applications and an instance installed on AWS to integrate our cloud application with other cloud application. We use the solution for application integration and transforming of data. Decoupling of systems is a feature of SAP PO that allows us to integrate systems without having to care about the data formats , communication protocols or security features of other systems on the bus. As a retailer, all our transnational data need to feed into our SAP system and visa versa to non - SAP systems . Example of this, would be raw point of sale data from the POS system to convert to XMLs and integrate it into the SAP system. We have a team of six developers that does development and support.Support issues are related to data and connectivity . Extrapolation data from other application systems are key to the proactive scaling of the system . We have built close to 700 Integration scenarios and process on average 1.2 m transaction per day.

2020-06-04T09:41:23Z
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Top 20Real User

We are using SAP Process Orchestration to connect our on-premises safety banking systems. In the middle, we have another layer called SAP POL, which is the Process Object layer. That builds the actual orchestration and persistence of data with respect to the business objects. This is in case anything fails across multiple steps. For example, if we have seven steps and the process fails in the third step, we need to start processing from the point of failure, rather than from step one. So, there is a primary user for the process orchestration, which is the SAP POL.

2020-03-22T06:49:12Z
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Top 20Real User

I have been a solution architect since 2005. I have a lot of experience with SAP Process Orchestration. I have a lot of experience with many kinds of integration between all kinds of processes. SAP Process Orchestration is the tool we chose to use to help us effectively design and improve workflows.

2020-03-04T08:49:00Z
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Top 5Real User

Primarily, my customers are using the solution for integration, however, there are so many possible scenarios. Some of them are using RFC, IDOC, Database, SOAP, File or REST API integrations, for example. I've had lots of use cases over the past eight or nine years.

2020-02-16T08:27:00Z
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Top 5MSP

We use SAP Process Orchestration because we have a lot of SAP systems that need integration. There are several on-premises applications that fall into this category.

2020-02-05T08:05:11Z
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