Preview: Fiori and User Experience Roundtable
This promises to be yet another interesting year in the world of Enterprise User Experience. More customers are moving to S/4 or wondering how ...Contact us
This promises to be yet another interesting year in the world of Enterprise User Experience. More customers are moving to S/4 or wondering how to maximize their investment after migration. Developers are wanting to learn how to use the Business Technology Platform to develop applications for their organizations. Business process owners want to bring efficiency and automation to their functional areas. For many SAP customers, the answer to a lot of these questions revolves around Fiori, the user experience for SAP moving forward.
In this upcoming roundtable event, we will look to balance the topics of feasibility, desirability, and viability when it comes to implementing Fiori within your organizations. How can you leverage the principles of Design Thinking to create applications that are desirable to your end-users, maximizing adoption and productivity gains? Are the applications you’ve designed technically feasible within your existing system architecture? Do your developers have what they need to build applications for the intelligent enterprise? Do these solutions maximize impact on key business metrics, driving top-line growth and decreasing bottom-line costs, making these projects viable business decisions for your organization?
Building off of the successes of Mindset’s roundtable events on the topics of DevOps and Cloud, we wanted to bring together technical and business audiences to address the fundamentals of bringing Fiori into your enterprise. We invite you to ask questions, share stories from within your organization, and interact with other like-minded professionals from around the world. The first Fiori roundtable will be held Friday, March 26th at 10 AM Central Time.
You can learn more and register for the free event here.
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