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Peter Spielvogel

Since our last service pack, our customers have provided suggestions on how to make a product they love even better. The most popular requests focus on simplifying the flavor development process, making administration easier, and

TechEd season for 2017 has ended. Thanks to the hundreds of customers who attended our Screen Personas sessions in Las Vegas, Bangalore and Barcelona. Here are answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) that we heard

Sam Yen, SAP’s Chief Design Officer, met with several dozen SAP Screen Personas at TechEd in Las Vegas at our annual customer appreciation dinner. He talked about our commitment to SAP Screen Personas, including the

See also: TechEd 2017 recap and SAP Screen Personas FAQ https://blogs.sap.com/2017/11/21/teched-2017-recap-and-sap-screen-personas-faq/   TechEd Las Vegas 2017 highlights from SAP Screen Personas https://blogs.sap.com/2017/10/04/teched-2017-highlights-from-sap-screen-personas/   Original blog post: Following on the heels of a very successful TechEd

I know I say it every year, but this was the best TechEd ever from a SAP Screen Personas standpoint. We met dozens of customers from our Practitioner Forum, spoke to hundreds of people interested

October 5, 2017 update: Summary of TechEd 2017   Next month, I hope you will join me in Las Vegas to learn the latest about SAP’s user experience (UX) solutions. TechEd provides many great opportunities

SAP Screen Personas will now align its support to SAP S/4HANA. We are increasing the SAP Screen Personas support commitment to five years, up from the current three. As many of you may know, customers

In my discussions with customers and partners, there is often the question about what is the fastest and most cost-effective way to build and deploy Fiori apps. While the answer is too complex for a

Another year, another amazing SAPPHIRE. The interest in UX topics seemed to exceed the levels of previous years. There were several great customer, partner, and SAP sessions on SAP Screen Personas through both ASUG and

Since our last service pack, we have received many great ideas from customers to make SAP Screen Personas even better. The top requests generally are around the topics of simplicity, performance, and mobility. So, the