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Peter Spielvogel

With SAP TechEd Las Vegas behind us, it’s time to think about SAP TechEd Barcelona. There are many UX and Design sessions, but this blog will focus on SAP Screen Personas. In addition to our

After attending 10 TechEd conferences, I had a major revelation. Let me take you through some of the events that allowed me to reach my new, enlightened state. My journey this year started with the

TechEd Las Vegas is coming soon, and I hope you will join me at some of the many great user experience (UX), design, and mobile development sessions. In addition to the usual lectures and hands-on

The SAP Screen Personas team always values customer input and we use it to drive our product development. To give you another channel to interact with the SAP Screen Personas product team, we are hosting

SAPPHIRE NOW 2018 was all about the Intelligent Enterprise. This was the theme in all the keynotes and a frequent topic of conversation on the show floor. Intelligent Enterprise was also part of the topic

Thank you to our SAP Screen Personas customers for rapidly adopting the Slipstream Engine. It seems we are fulfilling a need to run classic SAP GUI transactions on mobile devices. SAP Screen Personas 3.0 SP07

Post-SAPPHIRE update: Summary of SAPPHIRE NOW 2018 from the SAP Screen Personas perspective.   2018 is the year of the intelligent enterprise. This will be reflected at SAPPHIRE NOW overall, as well as in the

On April 4, 2018, Nis Boy Naeve, Vice President SAP Cloud Platform UX Product Management, spoke in the ASUG webcast, “UX: SAP Experience Maker services – the right tools and technologies to realize your user

On March 14, 2018, ASUG presented a webcast on “Going Mobile with SAP Screen Personas: New Slipstream Engine Renders on iPad, Android, Mobile Phones”. Sebastian Steinhauer and Peter Spielvogel from the SAP Screen Personas product

With the recent release of SAP Screen Personas 3.0 SP6 and the Slipstream Engine for mobile rendering, we have been hearing lots of excitement from customers, partners, and colleagues, along with questions about what’s next