SAVIC Technologies Pvt Ltd Deploys SAP S/4HANA in GRB Dairy Foods

SAVIC Technologies Pvt Ltd Deploys SAP S/4HANA in GRB Dairy Foods

SAVIC Technologies Pvt Ltd, an SAP Platinum Partner based in Mumbai, is one of the first to achieve a successful SAP S/4HANA 1610 GO-Live in a record time of 88 days.

The global spread of the coronavirus has affected many enterprises across various industries including that of the food processing industry. Specifically, supply chains in the industry sector are disrupted keeping businesses vigilant in strengthening and advancing their supply chain capabilities. This is what the global dairy manufacturer GRB Dairy Foods did to ensure that the company succeeds amidst the pandemic by adopting intelligent technologies for maximum productivity and profitability.

GRB Dairy Foods, a dairy major and a host of F&B offerings with a presence across the Asia Pacific, Middle East, Europe, and North America, has tapped SAVIC Technologies as its technology partner in deploying the next-generation, intelligent ERP business suite SAP S/4HANA. 

Known for its top-class, innovative products including the first “Granulated Ghee”, GBR Dairy Foods has decided to migrate from its legacy ERP platform to completely synchronise its business processes and end-to-end visibility in stock tracking along its supply chain. The company has chosen SAVIC Technologies Pvt Ltd as its end-to-end technology partner for the SAP S/4HANA migration after recognising the intelligent ERP’s capabilities in ensuring quality management control, business operations automation, and quick adoption to unique customer requirements.

Aside from the 100 percent business processes synchronisation and 360-degree visibility in stock tracking along its supply chain, GRB Dairy Foods has also achieved a 20 percent surge in daily dispatches.

Senthilkumar S, Managing Director at SAVIC Technologies shared how SAP S/4HANA promotes business continuity. He said:

“SAP S/4HANA unlocks the true business potential of an enterprise in a digital, networked economy.”

“With an unprecedented niche in SAP offering, our team at SAVIC Technologies simplifies the IT landscape of enterprises, reducing their OPEX and driving new revenues and profits. With real-time insights from across business processes in an enterprise, business heads benefit from a proactive approach in mitigating discrepancies for continued operations in a disaster scenario,’’ he added.

GRB Dairy will leverage SAP S/4HANA to realise the company’s expansion objectives and ensure business continuity in the time of COVID-19. With a workforce of over 1,000, the dairy enterprise based in Tamil Nadu, India has a goal of automating and streamlining mundane, tedious tasks for enhanced profitability and workplace efficiency. The company has identified that the key issue restricting productivity output and loss of critical man-hours is the lack of synchronisation among its internal and external departments.

Now, GRB Dairy has the capacity to adapt accordingly to the changing market conditions as well as benefit from real-time monitoring of packaging for better quality control with increased control and greater visibility.

Advancing the Food Processing Industry

In the food processing industry, enterprises leverage SAP S/4HANA’s capabilities to roll out high quality, batch managed offerings aligned with global standards and regulations. Bringing end-to-end solution in the supply chain including procurement, the strategic benefits of the solution are as follows:

  • Ensures quality control by fetching production staff with recipes and process instructions
  • Offers support for SAP ERP applications with dairy-specific features
  • Transforms business into a future-ready enterprise to mitigate any market challenges
  • Optimises production plans, both product-wise and as per regional demands.
  • Keeps a track of the changing market landscape including product supplies in the previous months, available inventory, and the current status of the product in the market, management of raw materials. 

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