Knoa Partners with NIMBL
April 14, 2016
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Knoa Software announced a strategic partnership with SAP Technologist NIMBL.

Together the companies will help enterprise organizations leverage user analytics provided by Knoa UEM to optimize user experiences for Fiori-based SAP applications.

By combining Knoa’s patented UEM technology and NIMBL’s UI expertise to design and develop SAP solutions, organizations can create a more streamlined and engaging user experience for S/4 HANA and Fiori applications. NIMBL’s SAP UX design and deployment expertise partnered with Knoa’s insightful user analytics delivers solutions that ensure better user adoption, increased user efficiency, and streamlined processes.

Additionally, Knoa UEM data enables organizations to measure the true ROI of their SAP deployments.

“This partnership delivers the next generation in end-user experience across the SAP portfolio through the alignment of NIMBL’s UX design and deployment expertise with Knoa’s UEM user analytics,” said Brian Berns, CEO of Knoa Software. “Our collaboration will empower organizations to optimize the value of their SAP S/4 HANA and Fiori investments, resulting in deployment with high user adoption and efficiencies.”

“Knoa's UEM technology is the ideal tool for gathering data that can help enterprises identify which applications should be prioritized when planning SAP UX initiatives,” said Yosh Eisbart, CEO and co-founder of NIMBL. “Our partnership with Knoa will help us to continue supporting successful, data-driven SAP UX deployments for enterprises that optimize SAP software investments.”

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