SAP Partner News 14/2010

Feature Article | April 11, 2010 by Benjamin Blaume

Clothing company Ernsting’s family chose ERP 6.0 for further expansions (photo: Ernsting's family)

Clothing company Ernsting’s family chose ERP 6.0 for further expansions (photo: Ernsting's family)

IDS Scheer implements SAP for Retail at Ernsting’s family

To improve its planning processes, the clothing company Ernsting’s family has fully integrated them into its procurement and goods controlling procedures based on SAP for Retail. IDS Scheer handled the implementation of this portfolio, which includes solutions such as SAP Merchandise and Assortment Planning and SAP POS Data Management, as well as purchasing lists and markdown management.
With this new configuration, Ernsting’s family plans to open additional locations – already averaging 80 new stores per year in Germany – with a focus on business intelligence.

Northern European cooperation between Syskoplan and Applicon

As part of a collaborative effort in business intelligence, the IT service provider Syskoplan and the system integrator Applicon Sweden are combining their expertise in the northern European banking sector. The first product of this partnership is the solution Enterprise Risk Reporting, which Syskoplan and its subsidiary Xuccess Consulting GmbH developed along with SAP. Syskoplan’s cooperation with Applicon covers the areas of sales, consulting, project realization, and application management at northern European banks and insurance companies.

SWIFT & Hanse Orga announce partnership

To raise its profile with corporate clients, the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) is working more closely with the German IT service provider and SAP partner Hanse Orga (Hamburg). Hanse Orga now offers SWIFT feasibility studies, which include a detailed appraisal of the customer’s current situation, a tailored solution proposal, and business case calculations.

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