Siam Cement Group’s (SCG) Cement-Building Materials business selected DXC to modernize critical IT applications in order to accelerate cloud migration plans through the deployment of Google Cloud-based SAP solutions.
The terms of the partnership will focus on upgrading the Global System Integrator (GSI) and migrating the organization’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution to the cloud, deploying SAP S / 4HANA during a five-year transformation project.
“The construction industry in ASEAN is at an inflection point, with customer mindsets and priorities changing as we all adjust to the new normal,” said Khun Tharinee Chucharoen, Chief Technology Officer. digital regional affairs at Cement-Building Materials Business.
“We have turned to digital technology and the cloud to help us stay ahead of the competition in the cement and building materials industry. With a trusted partner in DXC, well anchored in our IT park, this has helped us accelerate our digital transformation strategy with a cost-effective approach.
SCG is recognized as the largest and oldest cement and building materials company in Thailand and Southeast Asia with Cement-Building Materials Business – representing one of the three main business units – focused on manufacturing and the distribution of cement and concrete products.
The company has worked with DXC for over 10 years with a particular focus on infrastructure and managed service outsourcing in relation to private cloud and security, including application implementation and support.
By running multiple instances of SAP ERP applications, the subsidiary needed “more precise company-wide visibility” across all business functions, tasking DXC with moving the workloads from the infrastructure to the site. to the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
The project is designed to provide faster deployment to the cloud with minimal user disruption, supported by the ability to scale ERP systems up and down to meet changes in customer demand and business volumes. data.
In addition, the project also consolidated SAP instances by migrating SAP workloads to Google Cloud via a Platform as a Service (PaaS) approach, accessible across the organization’s network and distributed across 33 companies across 14 countries.
“By implementing a cloud-based solution in this way, the Cement-Building Materials company was able to maximize the value of its move to the cloud,” added Apichart Arunkunarax, Managing Director Thailand at DXC. “This commitment demonstrates the strength of DXC capabilities across the enterprise technology stack and our ability to move applications to the cloud in the right way to realize value on customer investments. “
Since its implementation, the new cloud-based solution has enabled 1,000 employees to use the integrated offering in the areas of finance, sales, supply chain, procurement and manufacturing. procurement, manufacturing and production planning.
The second phase of the partnership will see the integration of the SAP 4.7 entities on a “harmonized” SAP S / 4HANA platform to take advantage of the new high-speed system and innovation, as part of the project roadmap. .
“SAP and DXC have been strategic partners, working together over the years,” noted Atul Tuli, Managing Director Indochina at SAP. “The move to the cloud will help Cement-Building Materials Business leverage the recognition of SAP S / 4HANA, an intelligent ERP solution in the cloud, working in harmony to unlock new levels of performance in an organization. It will also help to take advantage of new opportunities and manage dynamic market environments. “
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