Business Application Services
MoneyGram International (MGI) is a US based payment services provider that operates out of more than 200,000 locations in 190 countries posting revenues worth US$1.3 billion. Owing to multiple acquisitions and takeovers, MoneyGram was...
saddled with non-synchronous processes and applications in a disparate and complex IT environment. This led to high costs of training and maintenance, apart from needing a large headcount to manage the applications. Infosys implemented the Oracle EBS R12 upgrade for general ledger, payables and cash management function areas in a time-bound manner. It upgraded MGI's existing system and leveraged functionalities in the newer version while extending the solution to 14 additional countries simultaneously. The solution accelerated the firm's monthly financial close by two days while giving the company granular and actionable knowledge of gains and losses across business units resulting in annual savings of millions of dollars.
United Technologies Corporation Fire and Security (UTCFS) is a global leader in providing electronic security and fire safety products and solutions. The company's China operations sought to develop new services...
quickly, at reduced cost and with minimal effort from the IT organization. Infosys implemented JD Edwards, which enabled automation of several business processes. This resulted in integration of China operations with other Asian businesses using JD Edwards, and helped build best practices into processes.
Oman-based Al Maha petroleum products company is a pioneer in distributing refined products, with an extensive country-wide retail network. The company wanted to gain visibility across processes, enhance efficiency of operations, and ensure effective decision-making. However, disparate IT systems posed a challenge. Al Maha partnered with Microsoft...
Gold Certified Partner Infosys, replacing its business management systems with a single integrated enterprise resource planning solution powered by Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, and consolidating data from 163 filling stations in a single database. This provided Al Maha with a 360-degree view of its distributed operations and aligned its IT infrastructure with the business. The company’s planning and real-time reporting mechanism has improved productivity by 30 percent and decreased manual effort by 25-30 percent.
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Farabi Petrochemicals needed to streamline its infrastructure with integrated business management tools. However, its disparate IT infrastructure and homegrown, non-integrated system was unwieldy and difficult to manage. The company wanted a state-of-the-art enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to plan, monitor and control operations. By partnering with Infosys, Farabi...
replaced its existing systems with a single ERP solution powered by Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009. The resulting implementation was completed in less than 10 months, one of the fastest deployments in the petrochemical industry. As a result, Farabi has simplified business and operational processes, increased efficiency and productivity, and enhanced planning and decision-making mechanisms.
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Malaysia-based Samling Global Limited is an integrated forest resource and wood products company with extensive forest resources, processing facilities and distribution networks. Samling was managing its diverse businesses with a plethora of non-integrated IT systems, resulting in cumbersome, time-consuming and manual error-prone processes. Partnering with Infosys, Samling replaced 11 existing...
legacy systems with a single integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution powered by Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0. The centralization provides a 360-degree view of all business processes and aligned Samling’s IT landscape with its complex business and financial processes and distributed operations. The streamlined and automated processes provide Samling with an effective planning and real-time reporting mechanism that improved employee productivity by 30 percent and reduced costs by 20 percent.
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