How AmerisourceBergen uses SAP’s Process Orchestration technologies
SAPPHIRE NOW 2013 Customer Highlight
In my previous blog [link] I shared my #SAPPHIRENOW 2013 takeaways for SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration.
This blog is dedicated to the AmerisourceBergen customer session, presented by Milt Simonds, Director of SAP Basis and Infrastructure.
AmerisourceBergen Corporation is a Fortune 30 company and one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical services companies. In 2009 they started looking at ways to replace old legacy systems and enable company’s growth. At the same time they had to manage extremely high volumes from a distribution perspective, enable customer facing platform, manage aggressive response time and availability requirements. Looking at the best solution to address all these challenges, they found the only choice for them is to go with SAP.
AmerisourceBergen started using SAP NetWeaver Process Integration, along with SAP portal and identity management solutions to manage, integrates and run its complex distribution processes. Performance-wise SAP NetWeaver PI is really critical for their landscape and currently helps manage 392 interfaces, both SAP and non-SAP.
Watch Milt Simonds’ entire presentation at SAPPHIRE NOW 2013 to find out how exactly Process Orchestration technologies from SAP are supporting their business’ high demands for a high-volume, secure, and adaptable business processes in order to provide differentiating services to their clients. Milt also shares short-term and long-tem plans for adopting more components from the SAP NetWeaver platform – BPM, BRM, Landscape Virtualization Management and SAP HANA.
Also watch AmerisourceBergen on SAP Technology’s YouTube channel to hear what they have to say to all those looking at implementing SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration.
For everyone interested, and especially for those who could not join us in Orlando, we have launched a new webcast series: Join us for the 2013 SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration Webcast Series. Recordings will be available for everyone who registers until the end of 2013.
We look forward to meeting you on our webinars!