Aramex signs Tata to consolidate ERP
Project will migrate ERP functions to a centralised platform
Aramex has signed Tata Consultancy Services to consolidate its ERP functions onto a single platform.
The aim of the consolidation project is to simplify and transform business for the logistics provider, by migrating its Finance, Human Resources, Procurement and Operations functions onto a single ERP system. Bringing these operations onto a common platform will streamline these processes, provide a single view of the business and allow for central data management and information sharing across all business lines. Once implemented, TCS' ERP including configuration, customisation, training, post go-live support and program management, will enable Aramex to continue delivering the most innovative services in a more efficient manner.
Commenting on the agreement, Iyad Kamal, chief operating officer of Aramex, said: "We are delighted to be partnering with Tata Consultancy Services. At Aramex we are always looking for new and strategic ways to innovate our business. We believe that this ability to rapidly introduce new technology solutions gives us a strong competitive edge. This platform consolidation will perfectly allow us to strengthen collaboration across all business units. It will also help ensure that we maintain exceptional levels of service, for our customers and partners as well as our employees around the world. This is a natural, logical step in further streamlining our global business operations. Having TCS implement the program will ensure the transition to the new platform will be efficient, effective and seamless."
Varun Kapur, vice president and Head of Middle East & Africa, TCS, said: "TCS' strong domain knowledge of transportation and logistics coupled with our experience in delivering large ERP transformation programs was key to this partnership. Aramex has been a pioneer in the industry and TCS is excited to be the strategic partner in this journey. TCS has been helping organisations in the Middle East region for over 20 years now and this is a step further into its commitment to bringing its global best practices and success to this region."