SAP Fiori has evolved into a design-driven system, aimed at improving the user experience.
Since we published the first version of this article in 2015 (see below), SAP Fiori has had a spectacular development. We can summarize it as follows:
With Fiori 3.0 there is a strong emphasis on custom app development, complemented by the tools available in SCP, now BTP. This emphasis is consistent with the global trend towards digital transformation and agile development.
SAP Fiori can be implemented quickly, as it does not require major changes, especially if the backend system (e.g., SAP ERP) is up to date. A proper implementation can improve the user experience, not only because of its friendlier appearance, but also because it can optimize the number of steps required by the user to perform his tasks. Based on our experience with these implementations, we can recommend a special methodology for the project, with special emphasis on certain critical configuration points. In this way, costs and deadlines are reduced as well as the risks of the implementation.
Today SAP Fiori, more than a technology, is presented as a design system, oriented to improve the user experience of SAP solutions. Apart from the large number of available applications, SAP Fiori allows each client to simply develop different apps for their specific needs, to increase the productivity and ease of use experienced by users.
To this end, SAP provides its clients not only with Fiori end products, but also with design guidelines and development tools (SAPUI5), especially in its BTP (Business Technology Platform) cloud.
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You may also be interested in reviewing this webinar on our YouTube channel: SAP Fiori Webinar Why use it and how?