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Come join the ASUG NetWeaver UI Influence Council in ASUG/SAPPHIRE

Did you know, that the most popular non-SAP UI technology among SAP Developers is .Net? In our recent UI Survey, 33% of companies which participated ranked just a bit above Non-SAP Java. Furthermore, did you know that while 20% of respondents are using the NetWeaver Business Client to access their web applications, a whopping 51% are using SAP GUI for Windows?

These insights and many more are the results of the latest UI Survey conducted by the ASUG UI influence council (more details here). If you haven’t participated so far, that’s too bad, as the survey is CLOSED 🙂 .

However – We are giving you a chance to influence what SAP is doing in the UI Area. After several years in which the council was not accepting new members, we will be opening it up for new participants. In order to join the UI Influence council you must be an ASUG installation member (i.e. a customer and not a partner) and care deeply about User Interface and User experience.

Next week in Orlando, as part of the ASUG Annual Conference (co-located with SAP SAPPHIRE), the council will meet for its annual update. On the agenda we will have the following:

  • A review of the feedback process which the council just finished (in which the council gives SAP requirements)
  • List the upcoming lectures/sessions of the council
  • Guest Speaker: Michael Falk, from SAP’s CPO UI team, who will talk about browser support and the road forward to HTML5
  • Review the survey results
  • Introduction to new members.

So – if you are passionate about UI and want to join this great channel for influencing it, make sure to attend the session – Tuesday, May 15th, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Room S312.

If you have any questions previous to the sessions, please do not hesitate to contact myself or the Council Chair – Karin Tillotson.

See you in Orlando!

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