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(L-R) Globe Chief Human Resource Officer Renato Jiao, Globe Chief Information Officer Pebbles Sy-Manalang, Globe Chief Finance Officer Rizza Maniego-Eala, SAP President and Managing Director (Southeast Asia) Scott Russell, SAP Concur Managing Director (Southeast Asia) Madanjit Singh, and SAP President and Managing Director (Philippines) Edler Panlilio during the signing for Globe travel and expense transformation journey (PR)

Telco partners with SAP to transform biz processes

Globe Telecom recently signed a three-year deal with SAP, a German-based multinational software corporation, for business suite platform and service solutions aimed at digitalizing its finance processes, enabling real-time decision making and supporting agile environment.

Through S4/HANA business suite platform, as well as Concur and Ariba Procure to Pay (P2P) service solutions, Globe will be able to modernize its business processes to keep up with the fast-changing landscape of the business and market. These solutions allow Globe to upgrade its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), automating most of the manual processes.

“This initiative will help transform our finance processes into more agile and real time decision making tools. More than looking at numbers and transactions, we will further strengthen our capability to add value company-wide by providing insights crucial to making informed decisions,” said Globe Chief Finance Officer Rizza Maniego-Eala. “We expect to improve business productivity and operational efficiencies that will enable our cross-functional teams to deliver a richer internal and external customer experience.” (PR)



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