Join this free openSAP online course and learn how simpler screens improve the adoption of SAP software, because they enable users to navigate business processes quickly and easily, leading to improved end-user productivity and satisfaction. This in turn reduces training costs by making SAP more intuitive. And by reducing the number of free text entries required, you also enhance data quality.
SAP Screen Personas 3.0 is a personalization framework integrated into the SAP GUI family. It allows IT professionals and SAP experts to simplify classic screens in SAP ERP, Business Suite on HANA, or SAP S/4HANA. Simpler screens improve the adoption of SAP software, because they enable users to navigate business processes quickly and easily, leading to improved end-user productivity and satisfaction.
This in turn reduces training costs by making SAP more intuitive. And by reducing the number of free text entries required, you also enhance data quality.
This course provides you with training on how to simplify screens, as well as an introduction on how to build simple flavors.
Week 1: Basics
Week 2: Simplifying SAP ERP Screens
Week 3: Accelerating Flavor Development
Week 4: Final Exam
Tamas Hoznek is a development architect in the SAP Imagineering team, focusing on customer support, project success, issue resolution, and education around SAP Screen Personas. Prior to this, he spent many years in various consulting roles at SAP, assisting customers in their Personas and other development projects.
Tamas is an active member of the Personas SCN community.
Conrad Bernal is a product marketing intern for the SAP Screen Personas team. He works on course development, customer research, marketing programs, and social media.
He is a recent graduate with an interest in product development and consumer behavior.
Regina Sheynblat is a senior product manager for the SAP Imagineering team. She is currently responsible for the documentation and customer activities for SAP Screen Personas.
Regina has over 15 years of enterprise software experience.
To use the training system, you need to create a username and password. This is easy, and gives you an environment where you can freely explore the tool by trying its various features. We encourage you to try out as much as you can, even going beyond the discussed topics, if you feel like it.
The first step is to request a user
This will take you to a screen where you can create your user. One account per email address is possible. The email address is only used for account registration purposes, and in case any communication during the class becomes necessary. No other information will be sent.
The second step is to log on to the training system
Your user will have access to all the SAP Screen Personas features and ERP business transactions necessary to perform the exercises. However, it is restricted to these authorizations only. The system will be available around the clock during the course, until the end of the final exam week.
Previous version of this course is available here:
SAP Screen Personas (March 31, 2015 to Wednesday, May 06, 2015)
This course was rated with 4.4 stars in average from 1315 votes.
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Peter Spielvogel leads product marketing for SAP UX Engineering. He helps customers adopt the SAP Fiori user experience, works with SAP partners to expand their UX practices, blogs on UX topics, and speaks frequently at SAP conferences.
Peter is the SAP point of contact for ASUG on the user experience topic. He is also the co-author of three books.
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Sebastian Steinhauer is the Vice President for SAP Screen Personas, and has been working on SAP Screen Personas from the original vision to the latest version, shaping the solution along the way.
Sebastian is active on SCN and a frequent speaker at SAP conferences.
Sylvia Barnard is a product owner for SAP Screen Personas in the SAP UX Engineering team. She also leads customer support and experience activities for SAP Screen Personas.
Sylvia conducts workshops for SAP Screen Personas and various usability methods, including design thinking and interview techniques. She is a frequent speaker at SAP conferences and is also the co-author of a user research book, and two e-bites about SAP Screen Personas.
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Vandana Deep is the development architect for SAP Screen Personas / Slipstream Engine. She focuses on customer success, driving adoption, and building a rich gallery of scenario-based solutions to enable customers to drive productivity using SAP Screen Personas.
Vandana is an active contributor to the SAP Screen Personas Knowledge Base wiki.