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Build Your Own SAP Fiori App in the Cloud – 2016 Edition has come to a close with over 30,000 participants enrolled (50% more than in 2015) and over 6,000 challenge submissions (200% more than 2015)! 


Since the 2015 edition of Build Your Own SAP Fiori App in the Cloud, there have been many updates and new features introduced, such as SAP Splash and Build, SAP Fiori 2.0, SAP S/4HANA, and more. Learners enjoyed creating delightful experiences for end users, even for non-designer project teams. The course featured two challenges: Design and Develop.


Today, we’re happy to announce the top apps. The top three creators will receive an Apple iPad Pro and the top 3 apps by an SAP Partner employee will receive US$1,500 in Market Development Funds (s-user login required).

We are delighted to announce this year’s winners as follows:


Best apps and winners of the
Apple iPad Pro
Best apps from an SAP Partner and
winners of the Market Development Funds
Matthew Dion Jacob Tan (Blue Ocean Systems Pte Ltd)
Jacob Tan Grzegorz Owczarek (Gavdi Poland)
Pius Kirrmann Stefano Scalcinati (Stampa & Partners AG)

Congratulations to all of our winners! A special mention to Jacob Tan as he wins in both categories and he also won the challenge in last year’s course. It seems that both our peers and experts think he’s definitely on the right track with his UX designs and apps!


View the top 220 Fiori App Submissions

(openSAP logon and course enrollment required)


All of the submissions were judged by peers and the course experts. We would like to give a special thank you to our SAP Executives who joined us to review the submissions and helped to select the winners:

  • Sam Yen, SAP Chief Design Officer
  • Björn Goerke, Executive Vice President and Corporate Officer, P&I Technology
  • Bernd Welz, Executive Vice President, Scale, Enablement & Transformation (SET)

We would also like to thank the entire team involved in creating the course especially Bob Caswell, Yoram Friedman, Katrin Elk, Virgil Suteu, Oliver Graeff, Raz Korn, Ido Shemesh, and Daniel Reger. We are excited to see the enthusiasm from the learners. During this course, there was a lot of fun and discussions along the way, with 10,000 discussions created in the forum. We hope you enjoyed the course as much as we enjoyed creating and delivering it. We look forward to seeing your creative UX designs in the future!

If you missed out on the course, the content remains available on openSAP in self-paced mode. Join today and start designing your own delightful user experiences!

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    1. Torsten Hams

      Hi Michal,

      a list with all applications will not be shared. It was decided to showcase the top 220 Fiori apps. This list can be found here.(You need to logon to openSAP and be enrolled in the course to have access). It might be considered for the future to share this top 220 list also on SCN.

      Kind regards,

      Torsten

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  1. Jacob Tan

    Thank you openSAP for the wonderful journey. 😘

    I had so much fun developing Fiori Apps and I’m just amazed by the efforts from the whole ecosystem of the Fiori team has made it so far with their capability offerings — Fiori 2.0, SAP Splash & Build, etc. The opportunity to work further with our fellow peers during the two phases have made it even more interactive with our peers, being given the feedback even way before development. Kudos to all my course peers.

    And also not forgetting the wonderful openSAP Team (Bob Caswell, Yoram Friedman, Katrin Elk, Virgil Suteu, Oliver Graeff, Raz Korn, Ido Shemesh, and Daniel Reger) who have never ceased to reply all our queries & make this course such a wonderful journey (I’m sure my peers will agree to this).

    Last but not least, thank you Claire Donelon for this wonderful post to mark this milestone for all of us.

    Looking forward to more interactive courses with my peers in openSAP.

    Good luck and all the best in your future endeavors! 😉

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    1. Benedict Venmani Felix

      I have nothing more to add…so I will just tag along 😉

      It was indeed wonderful to learn so much new technology and have the opportunity to try it out hands-on. The confidence it gives you is unmatched.

      Thank you OpenSAP team 🙂 .

      Looking forward to the next course “Developing Web Apps with SAPUI5” 😘

      Benedict

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  2. JAGAN VUPPALA

    Congratulations!! to all the winners and 220 course participants who made into best category list. Best wishes for future successes.


    For me, it was nice to make into top 5% of this course.Overall it was wonderful learning experience for beginners like us who is about to embark the journey of SAP HANA and UX. This course (along with other course S/4 HANA) gave us a excellent start in that direction.

    Really appreciate the wonderful work done by OpenSAP team in putting together these courses helping partners, customers, professionals, developers to learn and make best use of SAP products. Looking forward for more courses. Happy learning!!

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  3. Laeeq Siddique

    Can you please share top 220 apps here SCN so that it can be shared on social and professional network without logging into OpenSAP? I’m in that 220 top app list.

    Thank you!

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  4. Artem Didenko

    I’m very grateful to openSAP Team for this great course. I enjoed it a lot, all the knowledge and tools for creating and designing Fiori apps! I’m also very delighted to be in the Top 220 apps list.
    Thank you once again and I’m certanly looking forvard to upcoming course “Developing Web Apps with SAPUI5”. I am sure it will be very useful and interesting! 🙂

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  5. Misba Azmath

    It was a great ride from the start to end and I enjoyed it thoroughly.

    Could you please share the 220 apps on SCN ?

    This would allow us share and promote  on social /professional network without logging into OpenSAP. I am in the 220 Best of the Rest App list and it would be great to share the link.

    Cheers !

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  6. Nirmal Jain

    When we cann see our top 220 apps in SCN so that anybody can access those apps Please do it ASAP we are all waiting to see our apps in public domain

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  7. Bob Caswell

    Hi Everyone!

    We will indeed make the list of the top 220 apps available via SCN, stay tuned! I would have done it earlier, but please forgive, my excuse is that my son was born just this past week. More soon!

    Best,

    Bob

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    1. Nirmal Jain

      Hey that’s really great news….Congratulations 🙂

      Hope baby and mom are doing good, we will wait for some more days no problem 🙂

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  8. Ed Owens

    Congratulations to the winners and the OpenSAP team organisers, it was truly a great course and way to skill-up to the latest SAP Technology Cloud offerings. 🙂

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