Knoa Extends User Experience Management to Monitor SAP Fiori Applications
May 17, 2016
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Knoa Software announced a new version of its Knoa UEM product which offers the capability to monitor SAP Fiori applications.

This solution allows enterprise organizations to understand how users interact with and use the SAP Fiori user experience (UX) via browsers on desktops, smartphones, tablets, and other devices.

"By providing data for SAP Fiori applications across mobile and desktop browsers, our newly integrated solution gives customers a more unified view of user experience data," stated Brian Berns, CEO of Knoa Software. “This data is extremely useful across the deployment lifecycle and allows organizations to gather user-centric information that will dramatically improve adoption and the overall return on the technology investment.”

The expanded solution addresses key use cases when developing and deploying SAP Fiori applications in mobile environments. The insights garnered from end-user data on mobile devices will allow executives to gain an improved understanding about how users are adopting the SAP Fiori UX, helping them to recognize and mitigate end-user issues and ultimately ensure a successful adoption.

Supporting the most widely used environment configurations, including devices running Safari (desktop and iOS) and Chrome (desktop, iOS, and Android) browsers, Knoa's expanded solution allows executives to measure the effectiveness of Fiori applications on an extensive array of devices.

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