SAP develops Business All-in-One in Arabic

The software provides wholesale, consumer industries with a complete integrated solution

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SAP develops Business All-in-One in Arabic Sam Alkharrat, managing director, SAP Middle East and North Africa says the release of the Arabic Business All-in-One solution will help businesses in the region.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  November 9, 2010

SAP has released an Arabic version of its Business All-in-One pre-packaged software, designed for customers in the wholesale and consumer products industries.

"By further enhancing our Arabic-language software solutions we are illustrating our commitment to supporting our customers in the competitive industries of consumer products and wholesale with tools that allow companies to leverage industry best practices and the agility to respond quickly to market changes," said Sam Alkharrat, managing director, SAP Middle East and North Africa.

The software is designed to support consumer product companies, wholesalers and distributors in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region that are looking for an complete integrated software solution to manage their businesses. The software package includes solutions for sourcing and procurement; van sales, multiple manufacturing models and processes; sales and delivery; post-sales support; traceability, and quality management; inbound/outbound logistics and inventory management; and financials and controlling.

"We have over 800 customers in the MENA region and are continuously innovating to bring these companies the tools needed to streamline business processes, support strategic decisions, and stay competitive," said Alkharrat.

According to the company, SAP Best Practices form a fundamental component of SAP software solutions. These best practices are based on the company's 35 years of experience with thousands of customers.

The company says that using SAP Best Practices in conjunction with their software allows for a reduced implementation. SAP Best Practices are also designed to reduce costs, with customers able to lower their consulting and customer project resources.


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