KHAZANAH UNIT TO SPEND RM20M ON SOFTWARE
Firm seeks to automate, consolidate current systems
OOI TEE CHING
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CENVIRO Sdn Bhd, a whollyowned unit of Khazanah Nasional Bhd, is spending RM20 million over 18 months on computer software packages to raise business productivity.
Cenviro is in the business of waste management. It owns and operates Malaysia’s first integrated waste management centre in Negri Sembilan.
It will be deploying multiple SAP solutions, including SAP Suite on HANA with IS-U Waste Management, as part of its digital transformation. The deployment will leverage on the services of Deloitte Consulting SEA with iTelligence Outsourcing MSC as the hosting partner.
With 20 non-integrated and distributed systems operating across multiple industries, Cenviro sees the need to automate and consolidate its systems to support operations across the organisation.
“The management saw that it was imperative to resolve this challenge by integrating and centralising our systems before we embark on further and planned expansion in our business and facilities,” said managing director Khalid Bahsoon after a signing ceremony with SAP Malaysia, here, yesterday.
Upon evaluating several options, Cenviro decided to work with SAP and its partners, Deloitte Consulting and iTelligence Outsourcing MSC, to deploy a fully-integrated enterprise resource planning system.
With SAP solutions, Cenviro can now run its business more efficiently and in “real time”.
The software is able to optimise commerce, service, logistics, billing and customer engagement activities.
“SAP has long been a front runner in helping companies simplify their operations and our mission is to lead the global transformation in the new digital economy by empowering companies to reimagine their business using the SAP digital business framework,” said SAP Malaysia Sdn Bhd managing director Terence Yong.
“SAP S/4HANA is the digital core that integrates technologies such as the Internet of Things, Big Data, real-time analytics, mobile, business networks, thirdparty systems, and more,” he added.
“With this deployment, we expect to move our operations on to a whole new level by using simple tools to perform complex processes,” said Khalid.