Sharjah Asset Management to implement SAP ERP
Project SANAD will take advantage of SAP ERP to streamline Sharjah Asset Management’s operational processes of services.
Sharjah Asset Management (SAM) recently announced the launch of Project SANAD, an implementation of SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).
Serving as the official investment arm of the Sharjah Government, SAM has partnered with IT solutions provider, Fujitsu, who will deliver the implementation.
Ibrahim Al Houti, chief officer for Support Services of SAM, commented, "We are proud to announce the newly formed SAP partnership between SAM and Fujitsu. The objective of this project is to ensure integration, regulation and integrity within the organisation as well as to streamline the operational processes of services offered by SAM."
He added: "SANAD will unify our operations and financial management to optimise the implementation of resources across the organisation."
Project SANAD will position SAM for economic and strategic growth through the adoption of technology solutions like SAP. Additionally, the platform also reduces and eliminates manual and redundant processes involved in combining, manging and reporting data across operations and financials.
Farid Al-Sabbagh, vice president and managing director at Fujitsu Middle East, said: "Fujitsu is excited to have been chosen as a preferred technology partner for SAM. As one of the world's largest IT services providers, our main objective is to co-create the future along with our customers.
"We look at ourselves as an extension to SAM's business and by working closely together on this innovative project. At this stage, we have extensive plans to achieve that, and looking forward to a long and successful partnership with SAM."