SAP FIORI UX

REIMAGINE THE
SAP EXPERIENCE

Personalize and simplify the user experience (UX) for your SAP solutions. Using modern UX design principles, SAP Fiori delivers a role-based, consumer-grade user experience across all lines of business, tasks, and devices. Use SAP Fiori apps, or take advantage of new solutions that natively incorporate the UX – such as SAP S/4HANA and SAP Hybris Cloud for Customer.
DESIGN PRINCIPLES
Philosophy of SAP Fiori
Say goodbye to unnecessary complexity. Our design concept is based on five core principles that combine to deliver a deeply satisfying user experience.
  • ROLE-BASED
  • ADAPTIVE
  • COHERENT
  • SIMPLE
  • DELIGHTFUL
The way we see it, UX is one of the most important elements in our digital vision for the company. It's not just the back-end.

CIO, CONSUMER PRODUCTS

Fiori is the future. When do we want it? How soon is now?

VP of Enterprise Systems, retail

The business increasingly thinks of innovation in terms of user experience and customer experience; our IT organization needs to do the same.

COO, oil & gas

With Fiori 2.0 we are now really excited to move to Fiori. Now it really has become more complete.

Several customers at Teched 2015

WHY SAP FIORI?
SAP Fiori UX 2.0 is the latest evolution of the user experience for SAP S/4HANA
Our user-centered design focuses on the way employees work and offers a variety of business benefits:

  • Increased productivity – direct access to relevant information and applications
  • Gives transparency and timely notifications on items needing attention
  • Helps users decide what needs to be done next
  • Enables users to take quick and informed actions
  • Leads to increased user satisfaction
Red Dot Design Award Winner 2015
SAP Fiori UX 2.0 won a Red Dot award for Design Concept in 2015. The Red Dot Design Award, one of the most prestigious design awards worldwide, honors innovation, concepts and visions. SAP earned the award in the fiercely competitive Design Concept discipline, which received 4,680 entries from 61 countries this year.