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1 Snapware with SAP R/3 Technical realization options

2 Connection to SAP Connection via the Telesnap SAP Connector Connection without SAPphone server Connection not onyl via TAPI -> more functions especially when using ACD functions Additional features like Call Tracking ID, Call attached Data for the implementation of screen-to- screen-transfer Connection with SAP CIC (without Snapware client) in central architecture No client on the agent workplace necessary Adminstration of all user data directly in SAP (SPHA) Most common used variant in numerous installations

3 Architecture with SAP CIC (without Snapware) LAN PBX CTI Server Snapware Server Telesnap SAP Connector Local SAP-Gateway SAPRFC.INI CTI / CIC Administration CRM / CIC Applications SAP Logon ID CTI-Link SAP GUI CIC Frontoffice Status display DNIS Agent workplace SAP- Application Server RFC CSTA/ TAPI

4 Connection to SAP CIC SAP Gateway (from SAP) is used to stabilize the connection Can be used with CIC 3.0 and with GUI based CIC 4.0 or 5.0 Configurations are done in the following transactions: -SM59 – RFC connection for the communication between SAP and the Telesnap SAP Connector -SPHB – Configuration of the telephony server (logical PBX in the SAP system) -SPHA – Configuration of the user (definition of the pop-up, configuration of the phone number of the workplace, configuration of the telephony server) -SPHT - Test of the telephony functions Pop up control: Block SAPGui by clicking the Wait button until the next call is coming in or by clicking the Wait button when the phone is already ringing (SAPGui is not blocked) Customizing in CIC (e.g. the pup-up) has to be done by a SAP partner

5 Connection to several SAP systems One Telesnap SAP Connector can be connected to several SAP systems With the MNC ability of the Snapware server can several PBXs be connected No unique numbering plan necessary Test and productive SAP systems can be connected in parallel with the same SAP Connector Settings can be configured separately in the SAP connector for each SAP system

6 Connection to several SAP systems LAN PBX CTI Server Snapware Server Local SAP gateway SAP GUI Status display DNIS Agent workplace RFCCSTA/ TAPI Telesnap SAP Connector SAP system ISAP system II

7 SAP R/3 without CIC with Snapware (RFC) Caller identification via Snapware with SAP Data: -Always customer specific development necessary to have the SAP data in the Snapware connection window. Telesnap delivers an example function module, which uses the central address book of SAP Connection via 3 rd party button -Example function module will be delivered, function: Search for a customer with the caller id and opening of the customer data -Implementation has to be done by a SAP developer -Screen to Screen Transfer: Customer number of the caller will be transmitted also when the call is transferred Standard Pop Up (from SAP 4.7 on) for pop-up without 3 rd party button -Pop-up control via Telesnap SAP Connector. No client installation necessary -When the standard SAP pop-up is used, SAP workflows can be started directly from the pop-up

8 Architecture with 3 rd party button (RFC) LAN PBX CTI Server Snapware Server Local SAP gateway SAPRFC.INI SAP Application SAP Logon ID CTI-Link SAP GUI Status display DNIS Agent workplace SAP- Application Server RFC CSTA/ TAPI Team bar 3 rd party button Snapware Client Telesnap SAP Connector

9 Architecture with 3 rd party button (RFC) LAN PBX CTI Server Snapware Server Local SAP gateway SAPRFC.INI SAP Application SAP Logon ID CTI-Link SAP GUI Status display DNIS Agent workplace SAP- Application Server RFC CSTA/ TAPI Team bar 3 rd party button Snapware Client Telesnap SAP Connector

10 SAP R/3 with Snapware (SAPGui Scripting) Start actions in the SAPGui No development necessary Start of the actions either automatic or semi-automatic (3 rd party button) Non blocking wait mode in CIC possible Dialog based configuration of the actions No new logon (RFC) to SAP when the actions are started Several SAPGui scripting buttons in the team bar possible

11 Architecture with 3 rd party button (SAPGui Scripting) LAN PBX CTI Server Snapware Server Local SAP gateway SAPRFC.INI SAP Application SAP Logon ID CTI-Link SAP GUI Status display DNIS Agent workplace SAP- Application Server RFCCSTA/ TAPI Team bar 3 rd party button Snapware Client Telesnap SAP Connector

12 Advantages of the client connection Direct start of a transaction with transfer of parameters possible Data from other systems (not SAP) can be transferred to SAP Customization for the customer needs with minimal effort possible With several SAPGui buttons can always the needed transaction be opened SAPGui has not to be blocked to accept a call (non blocking wait)

13 Screen to Screen Transfer With a screen to screen transfer data is transferred with the call to the next agent To implement this, all necessary data in the SAP system has to be linked with the CallTrackingId of the Snapware server Calls can be initiated via, SAP, snapware or the telephone Example implementation will be delivered

14 SAP Connector contra SAPphoneServer Definitions: SAPphoneServer is delivered from the SAP AG The SAPphoneServer uses TAPI as connection between SAP and the PBX The Telesnap SAP Connector is delivered by the Telesnap GmbH The connection between Telesnap SAP Connector and the PBX is realized by the Snapware server When the Telesnap SAP Connector is used, the SAPPhoneServer is not necessary SAP has 3 function level: -Function level A: Dial, hang up, signalling of incoming call, signalling of the end of an incoming call -Function level B: All telephony functions but ACD functions -Function level C: Function level B plus ACD functions

15 Weaknesses of the SAPphoneServer Only TAPI supported In the tested environment the call attached data was not supported correctly Lots of entries in the Microsoft Windows application log (4 entries per second during the test) No ACD functions because the Cisco doesnt support ACD functions SAPphone version 5.05A is supported (actual version is 5.11) Only few certified TAPI service provider exists (see OSS note 171201)

16 Strength of the Telesnap SAP Connector With the Snapware server several PBXs can be connected CAD is supported CallTrackingID is transferred automatically to SAP (Screen to Screen Transfer) Telesnap ACD support Support of classic ACD systems (e.g. Siemens, ALCATEL) Not only PBXs with TAPI suport can be connected The Telesnap SAP Connector supports the function level C (basic telephony and Call Center) Private extensions for: -Set/query call forwarding's -Automatic answer for outgoing calls either for all or for specific extensions -Configurable time after which the wait mode is terminated if no calls is coming in

17 Conclusion The strength of the Telsnap SAP Connector is the usage in complex installations (call center) Most TAPI service provider dont deliver in these installations an alternative When more than one PBX has to be connected, then there is no alternative to the Telesnap SAP Connector For PBXs without TAPI service provider the SAPPhoneServer cant be used

18 Do you want to know more ? www.telesnap.com Or just contact us: Fon: +49(0)711 90 66 88 11 Fax: +49(0)711 90 66 88 8 E-Mail: contact@telesnap.com


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