Record-breaking early voting in US election tops 80 million    Britain resists COVID lockdown as Europe counts cost    Thwart US veto or await new president? WTO has leadership dilemma    France goes on maximum alert after attack at church kills 3    UAE denounces attack at French consulate in Jeddah    Elite sport to continue in France despite lockdown: Sports Minister    Ismaily sign Angolan forward Ary Papel    Al-Azhar condemns terror attack in Nice: reaffirms 'religions are innocent of these criminal acts'    Leipzig face major Bundesliga test after European mauling    UK doing everything it can to avoid national lockdown, minister says    Tunisian parliament, cbank chief tell govt to cut spending plans    In Photos: Egypt collector accumulated over 100 vintage cars    Egypt extends deadline for reconciliation requests in building violations to 30 November    El Gouna Film Festival sheds light on digital media in the wake of COVID-19    The Senate and the return of party politics    Parliament's ‘driving force'    Sculptor Tarek Zabady, tamer of difficult materials    GERD: In quest of meaningful negotiations    Egyptian insurance companies' premiums 9.6% up in five months    Egypt's President Sisi names new head of anti-corruption watchdog    Egypt's c.bank offers 18 bln pounds T-bills on Sunday    EgyptAir offering discounts for some international flights    Egypt records 212 new coronavirus cases, 14 deaths on Saturday    Egypt to require PCR coronavirus tests for airport travelers    Egypt sends 125 tonnes of glass by sea to Beirut    Legend Messi officially wants to leave Barcelona, hands transfer request    Global smartphone sales drop 20% in Q2, yet Apple's iPhone sales steady    Sisi: Egypt keen on establishing development projects with Iraq, Jordan    Egyptian megastar Amr Diab releases new hit music video    Making of Harry Potter will be available for fans at new park in Tokyo    Egypt's Senate elections official results to be announced Wednesday    Netflix Egypt is bringing megastar Amr Diab back with a new original    Egypt reopens Rafah border crossing for first time since April    Egypt's senate elections 2020 trending on social media in few days    African Champions League final will be played on Oct. 16-17, CAF says    No room to delay Egyptian Premier League games – EFA's board member    The Facebook Preacher's Search for Fame, and Egypt's Economy    Egypt calls on UNSC to address oil spill risks off Yemen coast    Egypt economically strong in face of COVID-19, reforms ongoing: International Cooperation Minister    Arafa Holding reports $144,000 COVID-19-related losses in April    Egypt's efforts in Libya to activate free will of Libyan people: Al-Sisi    Hyksos campaigns were internal takeover, not foreign invaders: study    COVID-19 affects Egypt sporting clubs    COVID-19 will soon turn to seasonal like swine flu: Presidential Health Advisor    ‘Egypt's Support' coalition convenes to discuss its Senate election list    Robbery attempt leads to discovery of Ptolemaic monuments in Qena    Flouting international guidance, Ethiopia unilaterally starts filling its Nile dam    Zaha speaks out after online racial abuse    







Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.





SAP, Microsoft to carry out digital transformation of 60 public enterprises
Fiber Misr, Wadi El Nile, and Atos act as systems integrator responsible for project implementation
Published in Daily News Egypt on 27 - 11 - 2019

The Ministry of Public Enterprise Sector announced the completion of the Middle East and North Africa's largest information technology tender for the digital transformation of the ministry's subsidiaries. SAP and Microsoft won the tender to manage the resources of 60 subsidiaries and holding companies, including enterprise resource planning (ERP) in six main areas: finance, human resources, sales, purchasing, warehousing, and production. A global tender was launched in August to select ERP technology and service integrators to implement the project.
The project aims to standardise, improve, and automate the work systems of companies and raise production efficiency.
SAP was selected in the Metallurgical Industries CO., chemical industries holding company (CIHC), and textile industries, and Cotton & Textile Industries Holding Co.
While Microsoft was selected in the holding companies for Holding Co. for Maritime & Land Transport, HoldiPharma, Holding Co. For Tourism, Hotels & Cinema, and Misr Insurance Holding Company.
Fiber Misr, Wadi El Nile, and Atos act as systems integrator responsible for project implementation, which is expected to start next month and take about a year and a half to complete.
Mohamed Masoud, digital transformation advisor for the ministry, told Daily News Egypt that the largest international companies have submitted the tender including SAP, Oracle and Microsoft, especially that the project is the largest digital transformation project in Egypt and the Middle East. He explained that the system will be applied to seven holding companies, and the first phase will only include 60 companies.


Clic here to read the story from its source.