SAPPHIRE NOW & ASUG 2018 Annual Conference

June 5th to 7th | Orlando, USA

Between June 5 and 7, the SAPPHIRE NOW & ASUG Annual Conference 2018, the largest global business technology event organized by SAP and ASUG (America’s SAP User Group), will be held in Orlando, Florida. More than 20,000 SAP users will join this high-level event to experience revolutionary technologies. The agenda is promising: whether in presentations, interactive sessions or panel discussions, companies using SAP will discuss SAP S / 4HANA as a company’s digital core or SAP Leonardo as the new digital innovation system. And our CEO, Franscisco Bernabeu, is present at the event, together with our partners Innoewra, a Magnitude company, which empowers business users of all levels with agile SAP data management productivity tools. For more information visit the event visit: https://events.sap.com/sapandasug/en/home For more information about Innowera, visit: https://www.innowera.com/

Nalbatech Announces Managed Services for Process Automation in SAP

Focus is on process management for eSocial, Payroll, Inventory and Immobilization of Assets and Accounting. Proposal eliminates ABAP development and promotes improvements and new features in the management system.

Nalbatech, a company of the Nfq Group, specializing in consulting technologies for banks, capital markets and insurance, announces the offer of managed services in data management projects in the SAP environment and that involves mapping, migration, updating and integration of data from different sources, without the need for ABAP development. The focus is to promote improvements and new features in the system to meet the management of processes for eSocial, Payroll, Inventory and Fixed Assets and Accounting. The Innowera platform is the basic tool for delivering projects.

According to Francisco Bernabeu, director of NalbaTech, the company has a team of certified professionals in Innowera to take care of all phases of each project, including integration with legacy systems and components external to SAP. “Our managed services allow you to automate the maintenance and migration of data to SAP systems, without the need to write any line of code and from various data sources, such as Tibero, SAP Hana, Microsoft Excel, SQL, Oracle, Sybase, DB2, Access, SharePoint etc. Our team will take care of all these processes, freeing the IT teams and SAP users of the companies for their priority activities ”, says the executive.

For the director of NalbaTech, the managed services of process automation in SAP present themselves with great competitive attraction because they dispense with the need for ABAP programming, which is the SAP programming language, and, in many cases, a bottleneck for companies, who need to invest in qualified personnel and have a lot of time for their projects. “By eliminating the programming of Z tables in the system and the need to work with SAP, companies using SAP obtain enormous savings in time and deadlines in all business processes. We have cases, for example, where there has been a reduction of more than 40% in the time foreseen for preparing for eSocial ”, he comments.

Nalbatech’s managed services follow the technological evolution required for business and the solutions are offered in SaaS models, both in the cloud and on-premise. “This model guarantees high availability, scalability, elasticity, secure integration with the client’s current infrastructure and investments that are adaptable to the client’s needs and capabilities”, explains the executive.

More information: https://nalbatech.com

Sabesp adopts solution to evaluate software security and quality

The bugScout platform, developed by Nalbatech, has been a partner of theinformation security team of the basic sanitation company Sabesp, which serves more than 300 municipalities in the State of São Paulo. The tool detects vulnerabilities and security flaws in software applications during its own development or that of third-party applications, to ensure the adequacy of the systems to the company’s policies.

Since 2014, when the project was started, any new system that enters the company’s data center has been subjected to a rigorous analysis of source code to detect vulnerabilities. More than 1,000 applications have already been analyzed and the flaws most found in third-party applications are related to the exposure of sensitive information, weak encryption, breach of trust limits and basic errors in the source code.Daniel Bocalão, Manager of the Connectivity and Information Security Department – (CIC) at Sabesp, explains that the project started four years ago with a first version that evaluated only security requirements. At the end of last year, with an update, the tool also started to analyze the quality and performance of each new application.

“Any request for improvement of the system module that arises because of a regulation or law, for example, goes through the solution”, comments the executive, in an interview withComputerworld Brasil.

Sabesp’s IT infrastructure is composed of a considerable variety of systems to serve various internal and external processes. In field operations, Internet of Things (IoT) devices collect in real time the data on water and sewage services delivered to the population, which involves the identification of consumption, changes or deviations in the consumption pattern, leakage potential, among numerous other variants, producing a large amount of data that needs to be protected. In addition, the company has administrative management systems, such as billing, CRM, asset control, supplies and HR – all pass the vulnerability tests required by the company.

Bocalão comments that the main advantage is knowing the risks before production. “We were able to anticipate vulnerabilities and fix them at the time of development. The results are intangible, as we are able to show the supplier that he is vulnerable and avoid problems in the future. The feeling is that we are safer ”, he adds.