IBM AND SAP
PRESENTING ALLOY – AN INDISPENSABLE BOOST FOR BUSINESS USER PRODUCTIVITY & IT INVESTMENTS
For companies facing today's economic challenges, enabling business users throughout the organization to become more productive and capable of better decision making isn't simply an appealing option. It's an urgent necessity.
But to become more productive, your business users require easy, consistent access to people, processes, and information. This means that you need to provide them with better, more efficient ways to share information across established business processes – without requiring extensive training, software customization, or IT expenditures.
So, how can you boost productivity across your organization? And, how can you do it by leveraging IT investments you've already made?
A groundbreaking product jointly developed and supported by two industry leaders – SAP and IBM – Alloy software provides the game-changing answer to both questions.
For business users, Alloy simplifies interaction with people, processes, and information by providing intuitive access to SAP software and information via the familiar IBM Lotus Notes. Alloy affords your business users the chance to work in a familiar environment, reducing training time and enabling you to gain more productive business users faster.
For organizations endeavoring to minimize IT expenses, Alloy software fully leverages existing investments in SAP and IBM Lotus Notes applications – eliminating the need to build and maintain expensive new custom programs or interfaces. Plus, Alloy allows in-house developers and system integrators to customize and extend its functionality to better serve the unique needs of your business users.
Put simply, Alloy is a win-win for everybody in your organization.
About the Partnership
For more than 35 years, IBM and SAP have collaborated to bring mutual customers cutting-edge solutions – improving business efficiency at more than 13,000 client sites and for millions of users.
Alloy, a jointly developed, marketed, sold, and supported product, marks a new level of partnership that offers companies a new level of advantage in the marketplace.