What is SAP Screen Personas?
SAP Screen Personas allows customers to simplify complex SAP GUI transaction screens and Web Dynpro applications. Its purpose is to increase user productivity by providing people role-based personalized screens.
SAP Screen Personas and SAP Fiori UX
SAP Screen Personas is one of the fastest and easiest ways to provide your users the Fiori user experience on virtually any SAP transaction they use, from ECC 6.0 to Business Suite on HANA to S/4HANA. You can render SAP Screen Personas screens through the Fiori launchpad, SAP Business Client, SAP Portal, or any desktop browser.
SAP Screen Personas and SAP S/4HANA
SAP Screen Personas allows customers to simplify S/4HANA screens, both custom transactions and ones where Fiori coverage does not yet exist. Our own development teams use SAP Screen Personas to render some of the S/4HANA Cloud screens. These S/4HANA Cloud are not editable by customers.
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