SAP Document Access by OpenText and SAP Archiving by OpenText

Learn how SAP Document Access by Open Text and SAP Archiving by Open Text help you manage large amounts of information with a minimum amount of effort and resources. These content management applications integrate with SAP software – and efficiently handle structured and unstructured data.

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    • SAP Document Access by OpenText and SAP Archiving by OpenText. Access and Manage Unstructured Content for Use with SAP Software
    • SAP Document Access and SAP Archiving help organizations access and manage all types of content including documents,
    • e-mails, and other unstructured data associated with business processes run by SAP software.
    • In this demonstration, you'll see how the applications allow you to view and annotate archived documents,
    • attach and archive an e-mail to a sales transaction, and easily access complete order information.
    • Enabling you to securely store and attach relevant content to SAP transactions, improve productivity with easy access to complete information, and gain an end-to-end view of key business processes.
    • View and annotate archived documents. Amanda is a sales associate at a company that uses SAP Document Access and SAP Archiving.
    • She wants to check on a customer sales order, so she logs into SAP Document Access. She enters the sales order number and begins her search.
    • Amanda looks at the list of the attachments in the business document folder. The content includes a fax as well as Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF documents.
    • She opens the customer order and chooses the "note editor" function to review information that may be attached to this order.
    • Amanda finds a note from her colleague saying that a discount should be proposed for this customer. In the folder, she sees that the sales order also is available as a fax.
    • Amanda wants to highlight certain information in the sales order. She chooses the Elipse function in the annotations menu and selects the information she wants to highlight.
    • Then she saves the annotations.
    • Attach and archive an e-mail to a sales order. Amanda has sent her boss, Nick, an e-mail requesting approval to offer her customer a discount.
    • Nick thinks it is a good idea, and has approved the discount. Amanda wants to save his e-mail, created in Microsoft Outlook, to the sales order that is stored in SAP software.
    • Amanda chooses "Save to SAP Solutions" and clicks "OK" in the pop-up box. She selects the system where the customer records are stored.
    • Then she selects Sales & Distribution and selects "Mail to customer order." She enters the number of the sales document and confirms that it should be archived.
    • The application confirms that the document has been archived. The next time an authorized user opens the sales order document, that person will see the e-mail together with the document.
    • Easily access complete order information. Amanda wants to check the status of the sales order. She chooses "customers" and enters the customer number.
    • In the customer's folder, she sees subfolders for contracts, correspondence, inquiries, quotations, and more. She chooses the orders folder and enters the number of the sales document.
    • She looks at the sales order and chooses "open" to see the attachment. Amanda confirms that the approval e-mail from Nick is attached to the sales document. Now she wants to check the billing status.
    • She opens the billing folder and sees that the invoice has been sent. Finally, Amanda performs a search to see if the discount is stored in the system.
    • She confirms that the discount for this customer and sales order appears in the system and is stored as an e-mail.
    • As you have seen, SAP Document Access and SAP Archiving help you access and manage all types of content, enabling you to securely store and attach relevant content to SAP transactions,
    • improve productivity with easy access to complete information, and gain an end-to-end view of key business processes.
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