Co-Op Islami goes with SAP

Halal producer and vendor Co-Op Islami goes live with a SAP ERP solution and hopes to streamline its processes and allow the firm to drive growth.

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By  Eliot Beer Published  January 3, 2006

Halal producer and vendor Co-Op Islami has gone live with a SAP solution and hopes to streamline its processes and allow the firm to drive growth. “We have a well-defined vision and strategy to be the pioneer and global leader in the food industry and the five-year strategic plan encompasses the need for better IT infrastructure as an enabler for fuelling this growth,” says Sushil Kumar P, strategic information systems manager at Co-op Islami. “SAP is one of the key enablers for us by bringing in a new culture of best practices and thoughts. It will also help our employees in building competencies which are required for being competitive and innovative.” Dubai-based Co-op Islami will implement SAP’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution ECC 5.0,covering departmental processes including finance, HR and plant maintenance. Integrator Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Infotech worked with Co-Op Islami and SAP Arabia to implement the solutions. Phil Blower, sales director at SAP Arabia, says, “Co-op Islami joins the list of corporates that have chosen to employ a solution that is seamlessly integrated. SAP will help the group re-engineer its business processes across various modules to enhance customer relationships, boost partner collaboration and create efficiencies across their supply chains and business operations. “SAP ERP will help Co-op Islami set up efficient tools to support various departmental processes from execution to accounting, analysis besides sales and distribution as a whole and of each individual office.”

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