RoadChef to roll out SAP ERP system

A very nice article in Computerworld regarding RoadChef and its plans to rollout a new SAP system.

 

RoadChef is to put in place a new customised SAP enterprise resource planning system with the help of HP, enabling a clearer oversight of customers and its own business processes.

The motorway services firm, which competes with the likes of Moto and Welcome Break, operates 20 service stations throughout the UK, handling 42 million customers each year. RoadChef became a subsidiary of the Israeli energy conglomerate Delek Group following an acquisition in 1995, and employs over 2,400 people throughout the UK. The company has an annual turnover of around £200 million.

 

"We needed to optimise efficiencies and enhance finance and IT control across the business," says Lior Dafna, chief financial officer at RoadChef. "The implementation of SAP ERP performed by HP will improve RoadChef's agility and responsiveness to business changes while reducing overall costs."

 

Read the entire IDG/Computerworld, 09/12 , Matthew Finnegan with Link to article

 

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