Import SAP data object, such as vendors or products into M-Files or use M-Files as the content repository for document management processes in SAP.
M-Files integrates tightly with your existing SAP implementation. Transferring different types of data from SAP to M-Files has never been easier. Some common examples of implementing document management applications to SAP include:
Archiving paper invoices to SAP (early archiving / late archiving)
Paper documents can be scanned to a network folder, which M-Files Server monitors. M-Files Server invokes a function module in SAP that creates an invoice object in SAP and performs other necessary steps, such as associating the M-Files-based invoice image with the invoice object in SAP and starting the appropriate workflow in SAP for the invoice object. This allows organizations to leverage M-Files workflow capabilities to get the purchase invoices approved and then seamlessly integrated to the accounting process in SAP.
Print list archiving
Print list archiving refers to the process of exporting print list data from SAP to the M-Files repository for archival. Print lists are typically monthly, quarterly, or annual financial reports such as lists of all financial transactions in the specified period of time. Print lists can be accessed via the SAP and M-Files UI’s.
Viewing M-Files documents in SAP UI
Documents in SAP can be stored in M-Files repository so that they can be viewed in the SAP viewer.
M-Files and SAP demonstration
To see the M-Files SAP Integration in action and understand how it is possible to automatically transfer different types of data from SAP to M-Files, watch this video.
Video: M-Files for SAP
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