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New SAP ERP Design by Synactive Inc. Improves User Adoption

15/10/2014 by

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Synactive Inc. is proud to announce a new touch-friendly, web-based interface for SAP ERP to allow users to experience a visually appealing user interface to increase the user’s perception of SAP ERP’s usefulness, ease of use and efficiency. This interface will make SAP ERP no longer look like SAP ERP, which when combined with Synactive’s other tools, can streamline the business process by reducing errors, reducing training, improving master data quality and improving business efficiencies.

"The tasks on SAP are mundane. Why should the interface be mundane?" said Vishal Mehta, Design Consultant, Synactive Inc. "My source of design inspiration is “liquid” that takes shape of any container. This personalized design experience will take the shape of user’s wisdom, which makes him individually indispensable to the results."

In addition to simple, task-based apps that can be deployed in 3-days that empowers employees to work seamlessly across desktop, tablets, smartphones, or the web, Synactive is now offering optimized packaged applications focused on SAP modules. Starting with users to fully understand their needs at a detailed level, Synactive delivers the scenarios, workflows, and solutions that deliver business value to meet users’ needs which can be deployed across any touchpoint. 

  •     No SAP or Kernel Upgrade required
  •     No SAP Gateway, ITS, or SAP Mobile Platform required
  •     Unified solution and reusable code for any touchpoint (e.g. iOS, Android, scanguns, desktop, web)

"The beauty is NOT just skin deep” said Byron Keiser, Senior Applications Analyst at Pacific Drilling. "Using Liquid UI, we turned the dilemma of limited bandwidth, high latency in the middle of the ocean for SAP users with limited computer skills into a smooth (and fast!) sailing operation."

To provide users with a complete social experience in real time, allowing users to connect, share, discuss and explore new ideas around the Liquid UI Platform and products, Synactive is also announcing the Liquid UI Community to connect users to share problems, expertise, or resources.

This article has been extracted from http://www.virtual-strategy.com/, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.virtual-strategy.com/2014/10/13/new-sap-erp-design-synactive-inc-improves-user-adoption#axzz3GDtCOmsI

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