We will create tiles to integrate our SAP Screen Personas Flavors directly into the Fiori launchpad. This allows our users to access both new applications (i.e. Fiori apps) as well as the modernized classic SAP transactions (Screen Personas Flavors) all from one unified entry point. To begin, we navigate to the Fiori Designer web address. This allows us to create Catalogs, Groups, and new tiles for the content we would like to appear on the Fiori Launchpad.
A viewport in SAP Screen Personas is a view on part of your Adaptive Flavor. You can use viewports to break complex screens into multiple parts, which improves the performance and loading time of the flavor, and gives the end user a modernized UI while requiring a minimal level of effort.
Adaptive Flavors implemented in conjunction with the use of the Slipstream engine provide users a modernized UI while requiring a minimal level of effort. Adaptive Flavors allow one initial Flavor to be reused to customize different classes of mobile devices, providing a user a UI experience that seems personalized and efficient for their needs
The SAP Screen Personas Slipstream Engine is a UI5 application that runs in a browser. Unlike Web GUI, the Slipstream Engine was engineered to run on mobile devices, with the expectation that one of the main screen interactions will be touch. So, SAP Screen Personas flavors look like mobile apps when you run them on a tablet or phone.
SAP Integrated Business Planning (IBP), which is powered by SAP HANA, is a cloud-based next-generation planning solution that can help overcome these key challenges and enable organizations ensure smooth and efficient supply chain and planning processes.
SAP Enterprise Management represents the next generation of applications by providing streamlined enterprise-level software to harness Big Data. Your organization will operate more simply in the digital landscape.
SAP plans to transform S/4HANA Finance into an intelligent ERP that can leverage machine learning and apply predictive analytics to the data explosion expected from the Internet of Things (IoT). Future releases include a personalized digital assistant driven by natural language processing (NLP) and artificial intelligence.
As you prepare to migrate your business warehouse (BW) from ECC to SAP HANA, you will need to consider various aspects of the planning process for a successful migration. While this post may be a bit short to list every element to contemplate, the focus is on those key aspects to ensure the smoothest migration possible.
SAP Business Warehouse (BW) powered by HANA also known as BW on HANA (BWoH) is SAP’s data modeling, warehousing, and reporting tool built on the HANA database. SAP BW on HANA (BWoH) runs on the HANA database and therefore it is simpler and faster.
When correctly implemented, SAP HANA conveys outstanding results and performance, analytic intelligence, integration capabilities, data processing, and improved ROIs of the SAP landscape with swift time-to-value. Planning and executing a successful transition to the SAP HANA platform is crucial, and this article provides a detailed overview of ten tips that will help mitigate risks during your business’s migration to SAP HANA.