Thursday, May 16, 2013
Just as Google Docs has changed the way we create documents, other business web apps are also changing the way we work -- by offering access to tools, people, and data from anywhere, on any device. In fact, today’s information workers use an average of 9.6 web applications to do their jobs.
But business users are discerning about their apps. And enterprise solution providers like SAP are meeting users’ demand for intuitive design and cross-device accessibility by developing web apps on the latest HTML5 web technologies. At the Sapphire conference this week, SAP launched SAP Fiori: a new suite of productivity web apps built for the modern web.
SAP Fiori apps are optimized for Chrome. Now, the tens of millions of SAP customers who perform common tasks to manage customer relationships, human resources or finance, can get the best user experience with Chrome. Sam Yen, SAP’s global head of design and user experience, explains, “SAP Fiori can be used on mobile devices and desktops using browsers that support HTML5. As a secure and cross-platform modern browser that’s always up to date with the latest web technologies, Chrome allows SAP Fiori apps to shine on any device.”
The web has become a universal platform for powerful business applications, from enterprise solutions like SAP to a company’s internal apps. Chrome provides the security, speed and control that enable IT to deploy and manage these apps for employees. To learn more, visit Chrome for Business.