SOURCE: Redwood Software

Redwood Software

September 23, 2009 13:28 ET

New Markets Now Open for SAP® Central Process Scheduling by Redwood

Enterprise Job Scheduling Solution Now Available in 37 Languages

MORRISVILLE, NC--(Marketwire - September 23, 2009) - Redwood Software today announced the immediate availability of multi-language support for the SAP® Central Process Scheduling application by Redwood. The latest release of SAP Central Process Scheduling for the SAP NetWeaver® technology platform Release 7.0 offers enhanced usability and expanded international reach through support for 37 different languages. Newly supported languages cover a broad range that includes the major Western and Eastern European, Middle Eastern, and Asian languages.

The expanded language support comes as a response to surging demand in international markets for SAP Central Process Scheduling, the SAP enterprise job scheduling solution that enables SAP customers to reduce costs and improve operational efficiencies by deploying a flexible business process platform.

"The availability of internationalized versions of SAP Central Process Scheduling is especially timely in the Asia Pacific Japan region," said Steven Medeiros, vice president, Products Sales, SAP APJ Field Services. "In the new economic reality, customers in this region are demanding solutions like SAP Central Process Scheduling that optimize existing IT resources and streamline business processes. Local language support offers customers in countries such as Japan, China and Korea access to the latest workload scheduling solution from SAP."

Not only does the additional language support extend the product to serve new international markets, but it also improves collaboration within global organizations and multi-cultural teams. SAP Central Process Scheduling is designed to enable each user to select the language they want to personalize their web-based user interface, irrespective of what language others are using or the location of the installation.

SAP Central Process Scheduling is the enterprise job scheduling solution sold and supported by SAP, and developed in partnership with Redwood Software. The application provides a central point of control for process automation across SAP solutions and non-SAP systems. By managing and monitoring underlying processes, SAP Central Process Scheduling provides new levels of management and control for a growing number of SAP business solutions, including the SAP Financial Closing cockpit, SAP Solution Manager application management solution, and the SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse (SAP NetWeaver BW) component.

More information on multi-language support and the full list of supported languages can be found at

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About Redwood Software

Redwood Software is a global software company providing job scheduling, financial process automation, and enterprise report management solutions that enable organizations to maximize the value of their information management and technology investments. Serving thousands of customer installations worldwide, Redwood solutions help customers meet the challenges of today's competitive environment by delivering solutions that make business operations faster, more effective, and more efficient. Founded in the Netherlands in 1993, Redwood serves businesses worldwide through locations in Europe, North America, and Australia, and through its alliances, including its strategic partnership with SAP AG. Learn more at

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