It’s time to register for SAPPHIRE NOW and start planning your time to make the most of the networking, information and access to a wide range of experts on-site to see how SAP solutions can help you thrive in the new oil and gas market reality.

There will be hundreds of sessions you can attend that will stimulate fresh thinking and facilitate the sharing of industry expertise in Oil and Gas. You to be able to take advantage of industry best practices and innovations and overcome the challenges of today’s digital world.

One such session is by Shell Trading and Supply and how they are developing customer SAP Fiori apps on the native SAP HANA platform to improve the management of sales and purchase contracts of oil products globally.

UX8249:  Building Customer SAP Fiori Apps on the Native SAP HANA Platform

Speaker: Stephan Schoenig

Shell Trading and Supply has built a suite of custom SAP Fiori apps on the native SAP HANA platform to improve the management of sales and purchase contracts of oil products globally. This presentation covers: business rational, application and technical landscape (including using real-time data in the SAP ERP application, managing inbound and outbound interfaces with SAP Data Services software, building the application data storage layer using calculation views for complex application logic, the user experience in SAP HANA extended application services and SAP Fiori) and insights gained.

Date: Wednesday 11:00am – 12:00pm

Location:  S320C (South Concourse, Level 3)

Learn more about SAPPHIRE NOW and secure your spot today!

For a list of the sessions we think are of special interest to Oil and Gas companies – click here.

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  1. Jelena Perfiljeva

    Possibly a stupid question but since it’s highlighted several times: is there a non-native SAP HANA Platform? I thought it was just one platform.

    “Native” is usually used with the applications, not platforms. Because “native” by definition is something developed for a specific platform. What would the platform be even “native” to? I’m confused…

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