Understanding your UX options for digital transformation – ASUG pre-conference session
Over the past year, I have noticed a shift in the types of questions customers have been asking about their UX options for digital transformation. Previously, people wanted to know about specific solutions – “What is Fiori Elements?”, for example. Now it seems that awareness is less of an issue and interest has shifted to integration topics like “How do I run my SAP Screen Personas flavor from the Fiori launchpad?” and “When do I use which solution?”.
According to a recent ASUG survey, 56% of respondents are planning to move to SAP S/4HANA in the next two years. Many people want the benefits of better usability now, but can’t afford to make investments they will throw away when they complete their migration. Making the right UX technology choices will save you time and money, and benefit your business now and in the future.
At SAPPHIRE NOW and the ASUG Annual Conference, there are many sessions on user experience (UX) tools, technologies and products delivered by individual experts. Traditionally it has been left up to the customer to figure out how all these pieces fit together. This year the ASUG User Experience SIG has introduced a pre-conference session to help you understand your options for your UX transformation. It’s called User Experience: Delivering Innovation Without Disruption.
If you are an IT manager, director, or other technology executive or involved in UX (designer, developer, or architect), you will learn how to deliver new UX innovations to your business users without disrupting existing business processes or SAP systems. Speakers will include customers who have already gone through the process as well as experts from SAP who have helped many organizations along their UX transformation journey.
You can learn about and register for the ASUG pre-conference sessions here:
Navigate to the “Delighted Customers Neighborhood” and click on: “User Experience: Delivering Innovation Without Disruption” for more details about the session described above.
For the ASUG UX SIG, Peter Spielvogel.