Bee’ah adopts SAP mobile-enabled solutions
Sharjah, September 8, 2013
Sharjah-based Bee’ah, a leading waste management company, has teamed up with SAP to adopt mobile-enabled solutions to benefit from the automation of key processes, added analytical insight and increased operational flexibility.
The company will also become the first of its kind to run on solutions from SAP, the world’s leading business software company, in an effort to streamline its operations and waste management activities.
The move will form a key part of Bee’ah’s ambitions to achieve zero-waste to landfill by 2015 in Sharjah, as well as a bid to expand its operations across the Middle East.
“Bee’ah is proud to be leading the way for waste management in the region, and we are always looking for new ways to improve our performance and future prospects,” said Salim Al Owais, chairman, Bee’ah.
“As the region’s population continues to grow and its businesses continue to boom, we must be able to scale to cope with considerable waste management challenges. At the heart of our strategy is a desire to dramatically transform communities across the region for the better. SAP gives us a new focus, drive and a data-inspired confidence to move forward.”
The project will entail Bee’ah running a mobile-enabled enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform that will automate key processes such as finance, human resources, sales and customer relationship management, thus optimizing its process flow and eliminating the use of paper-based forms. SAP will also provide cutting-edge analytics solutions to give the company unprecedented, data-led insight to support business optimisation and expansion plans.
A further phase will incorporate SAP’s industry-specific waste management software, to potentially include municipal billing solutions, route and district management, real-time mobile order management, as well as process integration for improved speed and reduced costs.
“Bee’ah continues to change perceptions about sustainable development,” said Khaled Al Huraimel, Group chief executive officer, Bee’ah.
“Through adopting a world-class approach to waste management we have shown the true, enduring value of resource optimisation. Whether removing huge volumes of waste out of the equation or educating the local community about the four R’s - reduce, re-use, recycle and recover – there is much work to be done. SAP gives us an operational edge to align ambition with tangible action.”
Sam Alkharrat, managing director, SAP Mena, said: “This is the first time a waste management company in the region has adopted SAP’s solutions and, as we know from our work in this industry across the world, the results are likely to prove extremely influential.”
“Against the backdrop of accelerated, resource-intensive growth in the region, Bee’ah is an inspiring and increasingly vital company. Driven by visionary leadership, the business has undergone remarkable growth in recent years, and SAP is delighted to support its next chapters of success.” – TradeArabia News Service
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