SAP NEWSBYTE — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced that the international parcel delivery service DPD migrated its German SAP® Billing and Revenue Innovation Management solution to the SAP HANA® platform, driving performance optimization and new growth opportunities.
With the shipment of over 2.5 million parcels a day, it is critical for DPD to provide seamless services such as parcel and express shipping, as well as customized solutions.
“We successfully migrated our SAP Billing and Revenue Innovation Management solution to SAP HANA and achieved 20 percent performance improvement,” said Bernd Steinhauer, project manager, SAP Competence Center of DPD GeoPost (Deutschland) GmbH. “DPD in Germany is now in a solid position to avoid bottlenecks at peak times and continue its expansion in the business-to-consumer market.”
By upgrading its SAP Convergent Invoicing package and migrating SAP Billing and Revenue Innovation Management to the SAP HANA platform, the company drove a performance increase in its automated mediation and rating process. This helps allow DPD to tap into new opportunities and expand its business into new markets.
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