SAP Says Their Latest Web Apps Are Optimized For Chrome

Google Chrome is slowly making progress inside companies. Most IT departments make webapps that work only with certain version of Internet Explorer. If you are lucky, you will find some apps working with Firefox as well. But Chrome is not usually the preferred browser.

SAP’s recent announcement is a sign of the change that is happening. Or may this is natural. When your webapps run on latest web technologies that demand an excellent browser to support them, you turn towards the best. At the Sapphire conference this week, SAP launched SAP Fiori: a new suite of productivity web apps built for the modern web. The company said these new suite of apps work better on Chrome.

Sam Yen, SAP’s global head of design and user experience, explains, “SAP Fiori can be used on mobile devices and desktops using browsers that support HTML5. As a secure and cross-platform modern browser that’s always up to date with the latest web technologies, Chrome allows SAP Fiori apps to shine on any device.” 

Here is wishing good luck to the whole Chrome team, for their enterprise efforts!!

via Google Enterprises Blog.

In Category: Google Chrome


Dinsan made Google Chrome his default browser within hours of its release. He fell in love with Chromebooks from the day he first touched one and is currently obsessed with Chromecasts.

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