Winshuttle announces the General Availability (GA) of Winshuttle Studio
FREMONT, CA: In a major announcement made by Winshutlle, the latest version of its flagship product, Winshuttle Studio was made Generally Available (GA) to global SAP users. A Windows desktop based product, Studio has been designed for use with Microsoft Office and can be leveraged for automating data movement, collection and validation.
Back in February, the firm launched Studio v11 successfully at the Winshuttle User Group. The revolutionary user experience of the product has been highly praised by early adopters. The UI of the product features a simplified user interface that mirrors the familiar look and feel of Microsoft Office. It also has a vastly improved upload/download speed to SAP and capabilities to validate data.
“The UI is extremely user friendly. The Excel-like look of the mapping interface makes things much more easily accessible to a newcomer,” said Nick Colucci, MAT Holdings Inc.
Transaction, Query and Direct modules have been brought together by Studio v11 into a single platform. This offers a consistent experience for basic and advanced SAP application in creating, updating, and retrieving the data. Studio enables firms to rapidly roll out desktop solutions, making SAP more valuable for more business users,” explains Lewis Carpenter, CEO, Winshuttle.
“We’re very excited about the general availability of Studio v11. Early releases were very well received by pilot customers, many of whom made the switch to Studio v11 before we had even finished building the complete product,” concluded Clinton Jones, Director of Product Management, Winshuttle.
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