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Saudi Arabia’s Al Osais Group switches to SAP core ERP solution

Saudi Arabia’s Al Osais Group switches to SAP core ERP solution

Al Osais International Holding Company, one of Saudi Arabia’s largest diversified businesses, has confirmed that it will switch its enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solution to SAP, beginning with its construction company, Al Osais Contracting Company.

Al Osais believes that implementing the SAP engineering and construction application will enable the company to better control its projects and integration with customers.

“We are a large group with large customers across the Kingdom, so we must be very organised to stay competitive,” said Mr. Tareq Al Moraisel, board member, Al Osais International Holding Company.

“SAP’s engineering and construction application has significantly improved our ability to control projects and facilitate integration with our customers. We also believe that SAP’s product roadmap is more stable than their major competitor, which is also important for a growing group like ours when taking a decision to invest.”

Al Osais contracting is involved in both commercial and residential construction, providing development, provision of infrastructure and utilities, to structural steel works, marine works, plant infrastructural civil works, surveying and drafting services.

“The Al Osais implementation of SAP’s engineering and construction application is a first for the Kingdom; no other organisation is running it yet. But we think they will soon when they hear about the immediate benefits that it is bringing to Al Osais Contracting,” said Essam Enany, president at SAP Arabia.

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