SAP UEM enables business and IT leaders to identify applications and processes with the greatest inefficiencies and complexities. This permits a rapid and confident selection of priority target migrations and a baseline performance level that should improve.
SAP UEM is not just a useful tool for deployment; SAP UEM can help throughout the migration lifecycle – planning, deployment and ongoing support.
With the rapid adoption of digital strategies and new technologies, business and IT leaders will prioritize their projects and sequence their roll-out by answering several questions:
During migration and deployment, the business requirements shift to understanding user workflow and usage patterns. Business leaders and deployment team specialists may need to understand:
After deployment is complete, the improvement journey doesn’t end. Business leaders will need to uncover both the realized benefits and any ongoing challenges by asking:
Using SAP UEM to help throughout the SAP S/4HANA migration and SAP Fiori UX transition can help the enterprise:
Specifically, interviewed companies cited the ability to measure the impact of migrations as an important benefit of using SAP UEM.
“We deployed UEM by Knoa before upgrading to SAP S/4HANA. We bought it as a monitoring tool to get a feel for response times across the organization, as well as errors and other problems we were having. After the upgrade, we’re using it as a measurement tool to see whether we got better or worse.”
“The most significant benefit for us of using SAP UEM by Knoa is that it’s a time-saving tool. Also it’s a very good measurement tool for performance. We have used it extensively during our migration to SAP S/4HANA to measure precisely what were the benefits.”
Organizations that use SAP UEM as an integral part of the SAP S/4HANA and SAP Fiori UX migration can expect to see: