The new EPM OnDemand applications include capabilities for “expense insight,” allowing managers to probe into the details of expenses and fix errors; real-time analysis of profit and loss; and capital project planning, according to a statement.
Many more EPM OnDemand products will be released in coming months, said Bryan Katis, group vice president and general manager for EPM solutions management.
All of the applications will have a “mobile-first” design focus, and are intended to be complementary to SAP’s main EPM portfolio, according to David Williams, EPM solution marketing lead. “We’re using the ‘sun and planets’ metaphor,” he said.
They will also share a common look and feel with SAP’s core EPM software, including the ability for users to work inside a Microsoft Excel interface, Williams said.
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