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SAP GWM (Gateway for Microsoft)

Definition or Meaning- What is SAP GWM?

Full form or SAP GWM stands for (Gateway for Microsoft), the SAP customers use the Microsoft product in general. The SAP customers overally counts to 90% of the SAP customers. In SAP Microsoft Interoperability, solutions to the most complex issues can be found out by bringing together the worlds of SAP and Microsoft. It is of a great help to the IT leaders when the technical gap between Microsoft and SAP (Systems, Applications, Products in Data Processing) are bridged. It helps them to maintain a smooth and flexible work environment that accommodates the swiftly changing workplace in a more better and systematic manner.

SAP Gateway for Microsoft/ SAP-Microsoft Interoperability

SAP Gateway for Microsoft (GWM) is referred to as the product which simplifies the unification of the Microsoft products and the services related to SAP Gateway. The ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) SAP Customers, in order to drive the business in terms of Adoption of Business Users, Business Processes Enhancement by the integration of the technologies used in SAP Estates and various Microsoft products, are being educated through various webinars, weblogs, forums, journals and many other modes of communication. This knowledge on the SAP Microsoft Interoperability basically aims at the smooth running of a business entity, thereby eliminating the need for use of the products which are related to third parties and the use of these third party products normally leads to leakage of internal data, interface consistencies and data repositories.

The one and only platform for Microsoft is the SAP Gateway which is supported jointly by both Microsoft and SAP. Microsoft and SAP are now the global partners which contribute greatly to the internal and external aspects of a business organization as a whole.

Some of the Highlights in detail – SAP Gateway for Microsoft

The most vital part of the SAP Gateway for Microsoft is that it helps the enterprises in building a ready application for Microsoft Office 2010, Microsoft Office 2013 and any other applications related to the basis of the language of C#.

  • Getting smooth, secure connectivity and non-disruption between Microsoft and SAP environments.
  • It offers seamless interoperability and integration between your Microsoft and SAP environment. This integration or interoperability also allows users to engage themselves in normal processes and this will lead to an increase in productivity and IT cost reduction.
  • It provides access to the data in SAP from various technologies, multiple channels and applications.
  • When new solutions of SAP are introduced, it minimizes the curve of learning and the disruptions are minimized.
  • Simpler support and IT maintenance is executed only by lowering total ownership cost.
  • It initializes the lowest cost of development and improving the productivity of the developer.

In the evidence of the above-mentioned lines, it has been seen in the past couple of years that Customers have implemented the integration, for example, swaying SAP Gateway in the execution of Microsoft Excel and other partner implementations, for example, Cordis, The Next View, Autodesk….

In little more details, I have discussed the Interoperability of the SAP and Microsoft products and how the integration of the two will help the business organizations in many ways.