One of the world’s leading manufacturers of quartz crystals and a recently established cement company add to the list of global clients that have trusted RISE with SAP cloud service offering to propel their business transformation.
German tech giant SAP has earlier acknowledged the remarkable contribution of the Asia Pacific and Japan region in its stellar quarter three performance in line with the company’s accelerating cloud momentum worldwide. A double-digit cloud revenue increase of 27% (411M Euros) over the same period in 2021 bolstered SAP’s third-quarter revenue reaching 1.1B Euros, a 5% increase over the same period in 2021.
SAP APJ President Paul Marriott highlighted that customers in the region have found outstanding value in the software enterprise company’s cloud play and best-in-suite portfolio, including RISE with SAP, to help organizations embark on business transformation among many other urgent challenges. Tokyo-headquartered multinational imaging and electronics company Ricoh Co., Ltd. and Indian multinational consumer goods company Dabur Ltd. were among SAP’s big customer wins last quarter.
Before November ends, two more Japanese corporations joined the roster of SAP’s notable clients in the region that have adopted RISE with SAP to advance their digital transformation.
Japanese Companies Embracing SAP Cloud Service
Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co., Ltd., a world-leading manufacturer of quartz crystal products used for telecommunication and industrial equipment, has adopted SAP’s Business Transformation as a Service (BTaaS) cloud offering RISE with SAP. (InsideSAP Asia often references articles from websites in other languages to bring you as much information as possible.) Leveraging SAP S/4HANA Cloud as its core, the Japanese multinational will implement global business reforms and drive business transformation across the organization to scale business.
The manufacturing company has 24 offices in 9 countries worldwide, producing crystal-related products such as crystal devices and ultrasonic transducers used in a wide range of high-demand products such as medical devices, digital home appliances, automobiles, and smartphones.
Nihon Dempa Kogyo’s DX project with SAP Japan and Layers Consulting Co., Ltd. will apply a fit-to-standard approach in line with the company’s business processes and SAP best practices. Implementing RISE with SAP, the company intends to unify information management, standardize global business processes, and strengthen global supply chains.
Another Japanese company embarking on a cloud transformation journey is Mitsubishi UBE Cement Corporation (MUCC), a company established in April 2021 and began operations early this year. (InsideSAP Asia often references articles from websites in other languages to bring you as much information as possible.) MUCC, co-owned by UBE Corporation and Mitsubishi Materials Corporation which also recently tapped SAP Japan for its modernization project, has selected RISE with SAP to back its management system platform.
In partnership with SAP Japan and TCS Japan as the SAP implementation partner for system construction and post-implementation operations, MUCC intends to streamline processes and scale operations globally leveraging SAP S/4HANA Cloud as its ERP core. The company recognized the pressing need to develop governance, rules, and a core system to support local operations and global expansion.
“MUCC’s mission is to provide a safe and stable supply of basic materials for the development of social infrastructures such as buildings, bridges, and roads, and to contribute to the development of a recycling-oriented society,” according to MUCC statement. “However, in order to achieve our vision, it is essential to strengthening our management infrastructure system, and we plan to continue promoting the enhancement of SAP functions.