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SAP, Microsoft to digitise 60 public enterprises in Egypt

Friday 29 November 2019 | 10:32 CET | News
Egypt's public enterprise ministry has awarded a digital modernisation contract to SAP and Microsoft to manage the resources of 60 subsidiaries and holding companies, Daily News reported. The deal covers enterprise resource planning (ERP) in finance, human resources, sales, purchasing, warehousing and production. Fiber Misr, Wadi El Nile and Atos will act as systems integrators responsible for implementation, which is expected to start next month and take about a year and a half to complete.

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Companies: Atos / Fiber Misr / Microsoft / SAP
Countries: Egypt
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