While customers have long been able to modify SAP screens to improve end-user efficiency, this process has traditionally required advanced programming skills. And, most personalization projects typically take weeks or months to complete. SAP Screen Personas now allows personalization without programming. In fact, a business user with PowerPoint skills can create an attractive SAP screen in minutes.
Introducing SAP Screen Personas
Let’s take a step back and define what we are talking about. SAP Screen Personas is a browser-based rendering engine for classic SAP Dynpro screens. The Dynpro rendering technology comprises well over half the screens in the Business Suite. SAP Screen Personas keeps the back-end transaction processing infrastructure in place but provides consumer-grade personalization features that improve the visual appeal, end-user productivity, and performance of SAP.
SAP start screen personalized for contract administrators at a medical device company.
Focus on the Business User
SAP Screen Personas helps IT Managers simplify business application screens quickly and easily for business users, allowing them to access only the data they need to transact business. This translates into increased business user productivity, a more satisfying user experience, reduced training time for SAP users, and lower cost of personalizing SAP screens.
VA03 sales order screens before and after simplification with SAP Screen Personas.
If you have asked any of these questions, you should explore SAP Screen Personas.
- “How do I make my business users more productive with SAP business applications?”
- “How do I improve the satisfaction of my business users regarding the user experience of the SAP systems they use?”
- “How do I reduce the time and cost of personalizing SAP screens for different roles?”
- “How do I make my SAP screens more intuitive and easier to use?”
If you are interested in learning more about this solution, you may find the information you are seeking on SAP Community Network: answers to some frequently asked questions from TechEd Las Vegas.
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