Updated October 29, 2013 with latest schedule.

New: SAP IT talks about how they deployed SAP Screen Personas: Thurs 1:30PM

BrouwersgrachtPrinsengrachtAMS.pngOnce again, the Personas product team will be attending TechEd to talk about the latest developments with SAP Screen Personas. We have several sessions planned that cover different dimensions of the product and how customers are using it. Over the course of the event, we will discuss current functionality, answer questions from customers, partners, and mentors, and solicit input on possible new product features.

TechEd is about sharing knowledge. So, please let us know by commenting on this blog post if there is something specific you would like us to cover at TechEd. There is still time for us to adjust our abstracts based on your input. Our plan is to answer your questions at TechEd, so please do not expect a detailed response here.

Here is the current schedule, which we may modify, based on your input.

MONDAY NOVEMBER 4, 2013

7:30PM – ?

Location to be provided via email.

Personas Customer Appreciation Dinner

(moved from Wednesday night as the Celebration Night is now on Wednesday)

Meet other Personas customers and learn how they are making more intuitive screens to improve usability. This will be a great chance to network with your peers and enjoy some fine food.

Please email me (standard firstname.lastname@sap.com format) if you are a Personas customer and interested in joining us for the dinner.

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 5, 2013

11:30AM-12:00PM

Expert Session

11169

Lounge 7,

Hall 8

Personas customer and SAP Mentor Steve Rumsby of University of Warwick will discuss how he is using Personas to improve usability for the maintenance staff. He will demo the simple start screen and explain how he uses automation to minimize keystrokes, allowing users to complete common tasks more quickly.

12:30PM-1:30PM

Speaker Session

9737

Lounge 10,

Hall 10

Sylvia Barnard shows how SAP Screen Personas allows you to move and aggregate SAP GUI controls and fields, use scripting to navigate faster, hide tabs and combine data from different tabs into one. You can hide and re-label controls\/ fields, and change backgrounds & colours.

1:30PM-2:00PM

Speaker Session

9784

Lounge 18,

Hall 10

Sebastian Steinhauer will show live examples of how SAP Screen Personas can easily help accomplish common tasks. You will have a chance to discuss directly with the product owner how customers are using SAP Screen Personas to make the SAP GUI more intuitive.

3:30PM-4:00PM

Speaker Session

9736

Lounge 13,

Hall 10

Sylvia Barnard will describe how SAP Screen Personas allows you to move and aggregate SAP GUI controls and fields, use scripting to navigate faster, hide tabs or combine data from different tabs into one. You can hide and re-label controls/fields, and change backgrounds and colors.

4:30PM-5:00PM

Speaker Session

11185

Lounge 18,

Hall 10

Peter Spielvogel will discuss how scripting gives you the power to streamline transactions by combining disparate information onto a single, intuitive screen. We’ll run though some common scenarios and discuss how to use scripting to make your users more productive and happier.

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6, 2013

11:30AM-12:00PM

Speaker Session

9734

Lounge 18,

Hall 10

Peter Spielvogel will discuss how customers are using SAP Screen Personas to make the SAP GUI more intuitive. We may include live examples of how to accomplish common tasks in Personas.

12:00PM-12:30PM

Expert Session

10730

Lounge 7,

Hall 8

Sebastian Steinhauer will talk about SAP Screen Personas unplugged. You will have a chance to discuss directly with the product owner how customers are using SAP Screen Personas to make the SAP GUI more intuitive.

1:30PM-2:00PM

Speaker Session

9785

Lounge 18,

Hall 10

Sebastian Steinhauer will show live examples of how SAP Screen Personas can easily help accomplish common tasks. You will have a chance to discuss directly with the product owner how customers are using SAP Screen Personas to make the SAP GUI more intuitive.

4:30PM-5:00PM

Expert Session

10581

Lounge 7,

Hall 8

Peter Spielvogel will talk about SAP Screen Personas and SAP Fiori. We will discuss how SAP Screen Personas customers are using this tool in conjunction with SAP Fiori to simplify life for their business users.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7, 2013

12:00PM-12:30PM

Expert Session

10729

Lounge 7,

Hall 8

Sebastian Steinhauer will talk about SAP Screen Personas unplugged. You will have a chance to discuss directly with the product owner how customers are using SAP Screen Personas to make the SAP GUI more intuitive.

1:30PM-2:00PM

Speaker Session

11527

Lounge 13,

Hall 10

Martin Lang from SAP IT will discuss how they deployed SAP Screen Personas into a global IT environment. You will be able to ask questions about use cases, the implementation process, and integration into the SAP landscape

2:30PM-4:30PM

Session CD108

(2-hour lecture)

Room L1,

Forum Area,

Elicium First Level

SAP Screen Personas – The Power to Improve Your User Experience

Currently, to personalize SAP GUI screens for individual roles, companies must invest time and specialized resources. SAP Screen Personas is a solution you can use to create a personalized browser-based interface to SAP GUI screens. SAP Screen Personas allows you to move and aggregate SAP GUI controls and fields. You can also hide and re-label controls\/fields, and change backgrounds and colors. SAP Screen Personas is so easy to use that you can provide specific versions for each user. During this session, you will have a chance to see this new solution in action and the opportunity to provide feedback on how it fits with your specific business scenarios.

Speakers: Sebastian Steinhauer and Peter Spielvogel

See you in Amsterdam!

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  1. Oliver Betz

    Hi Peter,

    Seems to be another busy week for the SAP Screen Personas dreamteam. Safe travels and see you all next week. Looking forward to hear and see mor on how SAP Screen Personas helps our customers to get more out of their SAP systems

    Oliver

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