4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 18, 2016
Very productive for quick mobile deployments using SAP data and expose it mobile. Important to share that it develops a browser application responsive in HTML5 and it is not a pure mobile application framework. Still needs to evolve to offer a pure mobile development framework.
Prioritize your development efforts for mobile deciding which will be browser enable and which you need to be pure mobile, as Fiori will be very effective only for the browser responsive one and not for pure mobile app.
Quick deployment very integrated to SAP data
Does not offer yet pure mobile development, so not browser based.
Enables also pure mobile app development framework.
Use design thinking to define your roadmap of mobile services to your different "personnas", work UX with designers and for development prioritize them if will be browser based responsive or pure mobile.
We use SAP Max Attention and talk to Product Development Team to give an internal bootcamp for the development team.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 17, 2016
Good support, but most of the out-of-the box functionalities are for HANA
Understannd your cuatomizations and what is involved to make them work with Fiori
Ease of use
HANA focus. Also, offline capabilities are limited.
Had more out-of-the box applications that did not only work with HANA
Spend more time planning the rollout with a business sponsor.
Part of regular support
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 16, 2016
Normaly the plataform is very robust but the version for mobile presents opportunities
evaluate the mobile before implement
no sincronization betwen the mobile and standard solution
undestand the customer needs and the different users in the organization
May be work only wiht the standard solution
The company needs to know they customer
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Aug 16, 2016
Has really helped to simplify key transactions and to mobilzie the application to 40 percent of the installed userbase.
Look at the options - Consider the platforms you want/need to deploy on / and devices.
Provided an easier way to port logic and screens / fields .
Been able to simplify some of the existing transactions.
Primairly used integrators who understood the product - Their response has been satifactory. There is a much better awareness/understanding of the technology now then when we started 1 mths ago -
Deployment has been done in phases over the last 12 months with increasing functionality.
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed May 11, 2016
We have been using Mobilizer but it feels like a very tactical solution. There is no strategic roadmap that we've seen for how this partner can help us advance our mobile solution capability. We had also worked with IBM's MobileFirst but when we moved away from hybrid solutions, they were less relevant.
Native development is leading our thinking for mobile solutions. So a general MADP is of less interest.
It works as a gateway for REST services.
Provide insight / partnered with Android, Apple.
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed May 11, 2016
Aggressive approach to implement new platforms can lead to delays on technical issues solving.
Before you implement SAP Omnichannel, be sure it's mature enough in support (knowledge proof consultants in your region available according to your plan) and technology before you plan to implement. We had issues with the critical technical capabilities.
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Apr 21, 2016
Wide application catalogue. Each new application implemented has bugs. Those bugs require notes to be applied. When the notes are applied, they often break other applications already installed.
Understand the application lifecycle process. How new apps are installed, how notes are applied, how those notes may impact other apps.
The number of apps in the catalogue.
Better contained the apps already in production or better job of identifying common objects.
Spent more time getting the product team involved in the deployment and development of apps.
Support slow to respond. Seemed lack of expertise to help work through some of the issues.
Deployment issues when applying bug fixes, notes, to the apps.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 2, 2015
Overall, Fiori provides an uncluttered user experience and is responsive and adaptive to the device types.
Execute a POC before the implementation.
Seemingly easy to implement but gets complex for real life business processes.
Better customer inputs for business scenarios to be included in the product.
Understand the features of each app and compare deeply with the current functionality.