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Friday, March 20, 2009

Supply Chain Consulting to Assist Businesses during Crisis

Supply Chain Consulting enables business efficiency through technology

Although the global economic crisis affects an increasing number of software manufacturers in the Philippines, the software services industry is still expected to grow and surpass its 30% revenue growth target for 2008. Supply Chain Consulting, a global provider of enterprise software solutions and services, is offering IT solutions to businesses to support the industry’s growth and enable local businesses to thrive amidst the downturn.

According to Commission on Information and Communication Technology (CICT) Chairman, Ray Anthony Roxas-Chua III, the Philippine software services industry remains unaffected by the global recession and sees growth for the industry. Software services have surpassed the 30% revenue growth target for 2008 and have recorded more than $423 million in revenues in 2007.

Supply Chain Consulting is helping local companies differentiate themselves through enterprise solutions from SAP and Oracle. The company will provide solutions for corporate growth through software services in its executive breakfast forum entitled “The Latest on SAP Services and Support,” a briefing for C-level executives on March 20, 2009. Up-to-date information on SAP Support and Software Services will be discussed, as well as customer expectations on software services.

“Businesses should consider strategies that will allow them to make the maximum investment and promote sustainable growth in this tough economic environment,” said Jan Biezepol, Supply Chain Consulting, Managing Director for Asia.

The execution of SAP can mean a positive return on investment (ROI), as shown by one of the leading media businesses in India, ABP Group, which achieved a positive ROI in 3.5 years and decreased inventory by 75%. Supply Chain Consulting provides SAP enterprise resource planning solutions, which supports more than 25 industries and 43,000 customers worldwide.

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