Sep 15

SAP Interface Design

By: Timothy Yates


While there are many different ways to approach SAP system integration design, there is no right or wrong way
necessarily, but success usually lies in the attention to details.  The following document outlines a possible
approach to an SAP integration project.  Previous integration knowledge in a particular functional area is
beneficial however overall integration experience is more critical.  The more hours spent in general on SAP
integration the better.  Integration technology is continuously changing and adapting therefore continuous
learning and training is required to be effective at integration design.

SAP Interface Design

About The Author

Tim has over 25 years of business experience with the last 20 focused on SAP systems architecture and program delivery. He has a broad range of experience with a pragmatic, get the job done approach to engagements. Tim specializes in development of SAP technical strategies and services for clients having successfully lead multiple programs and projects. His extensive SAP technical and functional background has enabled him to thrive in environments of all sizes and complexities.

1 Comment

  1. tyates
    March 19, 2009 at 9:37 pm · Reply

    This document is dated. It was written prior to SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI/PI), as well as Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). However the approaches to design and the considerations still remain valid. The technologies are still leveraged inside of SAP. I am hoping to write a modern version of this document soon.

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