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We opened the series with the Fundamentals of SAP Fiori, we continue discussing the Value Proposition of SAP Fiori with guiding principles that will help customers plan and execute on their UX strategy to achieve quantifiable business outcomes with recurring annual benefits.

Customers are transforming their business by implementing SAP S/4HANA, new business models are being created on SAP S/4HANA’s code line, simplified data model, and modern user experience (UX).

Key assets supporting value proposition.

 

The value of a good user experience (UX)

Monetary Value Gain Productivity, Data QualitySave Training CostsDecrease Change Requests, User Errors

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Value Calculator

Human Value Increase User Satisfaction, Customer Loyalty, Solution AdoptionStrengthen Relationship (IT and Business)

 

SAP Fiori Design Principles

Role-based Designed for you, your needs, and how you work

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Value of Design

Adaptive Adapts to multiple use cases and devices
Simple          Only what is necessary
Coherent Provides one fluid, intuitive experience
Delightful Makes an emotional connection

 

SAP Deployment Options

Central Hub Deployment In this scenario, the complete UI layer consisting of the central UI add-on, the product-specific UI add-ons and the SAP Gateway is contained in the ABAP front-end server.  The ABAP back-end server contains the business logic and the back-end data. Recommendation is to use the Central Hub Deployment, if several SAP backend systems need to be connected
Embedded Hub Deployment In this scenario, SAP Gateway system is deployed on the same server as the Business Suite. Embedded Deployment can make sense, if you only need to connect to one backend system.

 

SAP Best Practices for user experience SAP S/4HANA

Jump start with best practices, rich business scenarios, SAP’s methodology and content library packages provide prescriptive guidelines and preconfigured content help you prepare your SAP Fiori app implementation pre-or-post S/4HANA conversion.

Package Overview

  • Configuration of the foundation for the Fiori apps
  • Recommended Fiori security settings and basic network configuration
  • Deployment of Fiori apps
  • Operations of the Fiori Launchpad
  • Integration of SAP Screen Personas
  • Design and creation of Fiori-inspired SAP Screen Personas Flavors including examples
  • Mobilize your Fiori apps
  • Extend Fiori apps in a customer specific way
Scope Items New for SAP Fiori for SAP S/4HANA 1610 & 1709
1DF – SAP S/4 HANA Fiori Apps Deployment
1DH – SAP S/4 HANA Fiori Advanced Security Setup  
1DJ – SAP S/4 HANA Fiori App Extensibility and Customization  
1DL – SAP S/4 HANA Fiori Launchpad Operation  
1DN – Mobilizing SAP S/4 HANA Apps  
1DR – SAP S/4 HANA Fiori Overview Pages X
UP6 – Best Practices for SAP Screen Personas in SAP S/4 HANA  
MEO – Sample Mobile App creation for SAP S/4 HANA X
MEI – Distribution with SAP Mobile Secure Cloud X

 

SAP Fiori Library and Recommendations

By Fiori apps for SAP S/4HANA Fiori apps for SAP Business Suite Available via SAP Fiori Cloud SAP Tool
Line of Business x x

Introduction

SAP Fiori Library

Industry x x
Roles x x
Application Component x x
Back-End Product x x
Product Version x x
for Business Suite x x
for S/4HANA 1610 x x
for S/4HANA 1709 x x

 

Suggested Resources 

Special thanks to Mark Muir  for making this blog series possible.

Becoming a SAP Fiori for SAP S/4HANA guru

You’ll find much more on our SAP Fiori for SAP S/4HANA wiki

Do you have any questions? Let us know in the comments section.

Thanks,

SAP S/4HANA RIG

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