With the release of a recent article about when and when not to use SAP Fiori apps, Pillir showcases the strengths of SAP Fiori and documents specific use cases where teams may need to look beyond the SAP Fiori user experience (UX) ecosystem.
Pillir showcases the potential challenges and pitfalls of SAP Fiori and highlights new ways in which developers can eliminate the challenges associated with SAP Fiori customization.
According to Pillir, if the SAP Fiori app functions in accordance with a user’s goals, SAP Fiori can extend functionality and act as a time-saver. However, SAP Fiori apps can also overwhelm users with data. Efficient customizations can also be a challenge, and modifying the app to be more user-friendly can be time-consuming, lowering productivity.
Pillir specializes in supply chain solutions for companies that use SAP software. The company reports that in unprecedented times, where the “supply chain” has become a one-size-fits-all answer for delays in product delivery, apps that facilitate more efficient supply chain businesses are essential. As the effects of the pandemic linger, supply chain logistics have continued to create unique challenges for companies and consumers alike. Pillir seeks to boost supply chain businesses’ productivity, thereby increasing revenue.
The company website also contains detailed information on streamlining business operations, particularly regarding supply chain logistics using low-code apps. Low-code apps require less coding than others, providing quicker app solutions. Pillir’s methods assist supply chain businesses in lowering costs, fulfilling orders faster, and increasing overall customer satisfaction.
Clients may also look elsewhere other than SAP Fiori for the following reasons: Many industries, such as mining or construction, do not have strong or consistent internet access. Reliable access to “offline apps” is a must for such companies. Pillir also reports that apps must be embedded and need data from other sources, both of which Fiori has difficulty accommodating.
Pillir integrates with SAP, eliminating the need for OData connectors and the effort to connect specific Fiori app customizations. The low-code/no-code platform enables quick app deployment, even on devices that operate with embedded applications.
Formerly appsFreedom, Pillir is an Edge-ready, rapid application development platform for ERP. The company is headed by CEO and Founder Vaidya Aiyer, a technologist and entrepreneur with more than 25 years of experience in ERP/SAP technologies.
According Dan Ljungberg, author of the article and Director of Solution Engineering at Pillir, “it doesn’t have to be all or nothing. For example, you can use Fiori where it meets your needs, and a low-code or no-code development purposely designed to work with SAP, like Pillir, and still manage and see all apps on the Fiori Launchpad.”
Interested parties can find out more by visiting https://www.pillir.io
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