Over the course of this learning journey, you have understood why a central entry point using SAP Build Work Zone, standard edition and a native entry point using SAP Mobile Start is important for customers with multiple SAP solutions and customers who need additional access channels for external or mobile users. While your focus so far may have been on implementing the SAP Fiori launchpad that comes as part of SAP S/4HANA, this learning should enable you to actively consider if the end users could benefit from central/native entry points.
You should now be able to integrate SAP S/4HANA Cloud public and private edition solutions with SAP Build Work Zone, standard edition and SAP Mobile Start either manually or by using pre-defined integration scenarios provided by the Cloud Integration Automation service. You also learned how to further enrich the end-user experience with mobile-specific content like native tiles, news feeds, and by using device capabilities like widgets and notifications. You have followed a basic setup and are also aware of scalable solution options when faced with a large user base and/or roles by using role collection mappings and SAP Cloud Identity Services. The use of central services like SAP Task Center is a great way to allow end users to process tasks from multiple SAP solutions – you now also have some pointers to implement the same.
We hope that you can use the skills that you learned from the course to implement a central and native entry point for your end users and provide them with a seamless UX across SAP solutions.