SAP has unveiled a new user interface that will allow customers to more easily access SAP business information from across different platforms.
The new graphical interface called Project Muse is to be rolled out across SAP’s business applications over the next 18 months, said SAP.
With Muse, SAP is aiming to make it easier for users to access business information held in its high-end applications, which can be tricky for some users. SAP developed Muse in partnership with Macromedia, which was acquired by Adobe.
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Muse will allow users to access mySAP Business Suite applications from Macintosh, Linux or Windows desktops and from mobile devices.
Muse was demonstrated at SAP’s Sapphire user conference in the US this week. The first product to use the Project Muse GUI will be mySAP ERP 2005.
The company recently introduced its Duo technology in partnership with Microsoft, to make it easier for Microsoft Office users to access SAP business data.