Webinar: How to Enhance the End-User Experience by Using Entry Pages and Side Panels

  • by Janet Salmon, Product Manager, SAP AG
  • November 2, 2012
In this webinar, Janet Salmon of SAP describes entry pages that contain key information for the end user's daily work and side panels that attach to the transactions with which the user works. Both the entry pages and the side panels can contain CHIPs (Collaborative Human Interface Part) or snippets of information, such as the attributes of a cost center, the expenses on an internal order, or a note created to document a posting.

Janet Salmon

Janet Salmon joined SAP in 1992. After six months of training on R/2, she began work as a translator, becoming a technical writer for the Product Costing area in 1993. As English speakers with a grasp of German costing methodologies were rare in the early 1990s, she began to hold classes and became a product manager for the Product Costing area in 1996, helping numerous international organizations set up Product Costing. More recently, she has worked on CO content for SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse, Financial Analytics, and role-based portals. She is currently chief product owner for management accounting. She lives in Speyer, Germany, with her husband and two children.


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