Pillir Releases Guide on SAP Workflow Orchestration
Pillir, the low-code/no-code supply-chain platform, is dedicated to making life easier for its customers and developing the solutions they need to reach their goals with less code and greater reliability.
This is the focus of Pillir’s latest guide, which details how to optimise SAP workflows. There are many advantages of a SAP workflow, including reduced process time (thanks to a reliance on automation of key business processes), heightened work quality due to a reduction of manual processes, and a boosted business flow that is beneficial for organisations of all kinds, the company claims.
Dedicated to helping customers know as much as possible about SAP workflows, Pillir’s helpful guide is available online for everyone from beginners to more advanced users.
As the guide explains, application development and workflow orchestration have until now taken place on distinct separate platforms. Apps are generally built using one tool, whilst the newly-developed app is then connected to business processes using another app.
Pillir’s solution creates a codeless workflow management, alongside no-code/low code app development, ensuring a truly seamless development experience. This helps to simplify workflows, across multiple platforms and applications.
The intention of this solution is to ensure that complex systems are more user-friendly, and that app development is accelerated across businesses ranging from those in need of legacy transformation to more simplistic app development cases.
The guide that Pillir has created outlines all the information required to put together a more straightforward SAP workflow, which encompasses both third-party platforms and existing in-house tech.
In turn, this will help developers (and those at all levels of the supply chain) connect not only to the tech they need, but also to the people and data required for better workflows.
The single-platform solution developed by Pillir allows for the development of both web and mobile apps, alongside offline apps. Pillir provides workflow capabilities that span state management, rule management, and building using multiple systems via one platform. This is ideal for modernizing existing systems and integrating legacy processes into a more efficient workflow.
Using a straightforward drag-and-drop function, all the necessary elements can be combined into a single efficient workflow. As an added benefit, users don’t need to have any development experience, which removes the barriers to entry.
Pillir is currently offering demos via the website, where prospective users can also chat with a human about their unique workflow requirements.
Find out more about Pillir’s new guide and SAP workflow orchestration online at https://www.pillir.io/product/workflows.
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