Also, don’t miss our new 2014 bonus interview with Mobility Expert, Kevin Benedict at the end.
Find out how easy and cost-efficient it is to use Magic xpi Integration Platform for P6 and avoid having to write Web Services or engage in inflexible time-consuming programming.
As good as SharePoint is, even Microsoft understands that the information inside can serve you best not when locked in a silo, but when integrated with other systems.
A charter member of Microsoft’s Business Critical SharePoint Program created to deliver high-level integration capabilities to its enterprise customers, Magic’s integration platform lets you bridge the value gap between your SharePoint and SAP, Oracle, Salesforce and other enterprise apps quickly, reliably and cost-effectively, without programming.
Watch this webinar to see how Magic xpi Integration Platform lets you integrate and mobilize business processes quickly and simply without having to write Web Services or engage in any programming.
Watch this webinar to see how you can leverage the Magic xpi Integration Platform to integrate business processes across JD Edwards and SharePoint to provide custom business functionality and deliver information across the enterprise for increased efficiencies and competitiveness.
Watch this webinar to understand the 4 key planning considerations for JD Edwards upgrades and integration. And learn why concepts such as loosely coupled integration are vital to a smooth go-live for your upgrade.
Watch this webinar to see how you can realize this vision quickly with Magic’s SpeedStart templates. These pre-configured integration flows are based on our experience with many Salesforce and SAP integration projects. These building blocks make your Salesforce SAP integration faster and easier.
2014 Enterprise Mobility Expectations and Insights: Magic Talks with Expert Mobile Analyst, Kevin Benedict
After spending the last few years getting their feet wet testing various mobile enterprise apps, Kevin Benedict, Senior Digital Transformation Analyst at Cognizant, predicts that 2014 will be the breakout year for enterprise mobility, with businesses moving from deploying small productivity apps to serious investments in complex mobile apps intended to increase competitiveness and differentiation.
Check out this interesting discussion with Kevin and Glenn Johnson, SVP Magic Americas to learn more.