The August 30th update of the SAP Fiori Road Map is available now.


We are now moving to a quarterly cycle for updating it, to better reflect the fact that many of our products ship new features each quarter. The largest updates were made for SAP S/4HANA Cloud, since the 1608 release has just become available end of August. The road map contains the road map for 47 roles in SAP S/4HANA Cloud and 87 roles for SAP S/4HANA. Other lines of business and cloud solutions have updates, along with design and technology updates; we now include SAP Screen Personas and SAP Fiori for iOS for the first time.

We’ve also introduced a new navigation approach within the presentation, which makes it easier for you to get to specific areas of interest to you – and back again.

If you want to have a look at a video of the new Fiori 2.0 based user experience for SAP S/4HANA Cloud 1608, and also a preview of what is planned for 1611, have a look at my blog Great User Experience for SAP S/4HANA Cloud 1608 with SAP Fiori 2.0.

I’d be interested to hear any feedback you may have to the road map – content, but also format and navigation – does it make it easier for you?

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  1. Michael Appleby

    Hi Thomas,

    I am having a hard time reconciling Run Simple! with a 285 slide presentation.  Is there possibly a slimmed down version available? 

    The video in the blog is very nice and at 6.05 minutes fast and effective in getting the main points across.

    Cheers, Mike

    SAP Technology RIG

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    1. Thomas Reiss Post author

      Hi Michael, The SAP Fiori Road Map covers the future plans for the whole topic end-to-end, i.e. Design, Technology, Dev. Tools and in particular all applications. If you think of Run Simple!, that typically applies to a particular product, and there even a particular area. If you look at the handful of intro slides to S/4HANA and then for example the area “Procurement”, you actually end up looking at around 10-15 slides total.  We are creating blogs like the one for SAP S/4HANA 1608 to focus on certain aspects. I also plan to hold another webinar for the Road Map as I have done in the past – this is a roughly 45 minute session, which covers the main points (and does not go through all slides!). You can have a look at my Q2/2016 webinar at http://www.sap.com/roadmaps, most of what is mentioned there is still valid since it has not been shipped yet (except some parts with SAP S/4HANA 1608). Regards, Tom

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