Sed El Bauchrieh, Lebanon (PressExposure) May 26, 2008 -- Areej has recently implemented the SAP ERP at their company. In an effort to retain the Infor WMS solution previously provided by SNS and that has proved its values, the decision makers at Areej have reverted back to SNS expertise in systems integration in order to make this happens.
The complexity of the SAP ERP resulted in the need for 12 integration touch points including, among others, PO Import, Receipt Confirmation, SO Import, and Quality touch points such as hold management and stock reconciliation. SNS previous expertise in integrating ERPs to WMS includes integration projects with the most common ERP systems available in the market: Oracle ERP, JD Edwards, Scala, Baan, and SAP to note a few.
The integration project, which was completed in just a month, has allowed Areej to benefit from having the high end ERP and the best-of-breed WMS while ensuring data integrity and consistency, as well as minimal processing time by avoiding duplicate data entry, and thus an overall improvement in order fulfillment.
"SNS Consultants have proven once more their commitment to quality and efficiency in their deliverables." said Mr. X, Areej Manager. "SNS was capable to promptly cater to our needs and support our firm in its thrive to excellence"
"We, at SNS, believe in optimizing our clients operations and ensuring their adoption of best of practices at all times. Areej's implementation of SAP ERP was identified as a critical project and a step forward in their evolution" said Mohammed Obaidah, SNS Technical Manager. "Therefore, we invested great efforts in ensuring that their new implementation smoothly blended in their previous WMS project, offering them the best of both worlds."
Areej Vegetable Oils & Derivatives SAOG was established in 1980 with a majority shareholding of the OMZEST group. It has a modern hygienic plant and manufactures and markets top quality cooking oils, ghee, margarines, speciality fats and butter products.
The Company leading brands MINARA, SOHAR, JABAL AKHDAR, HAFLA and MUSCAT MARGARINE are trusted names in every Omani home. The Company has a track record in innovations, for e.g., the bag-in-carton cooking oil was an instant success in Oman and UAE. SOHAR was the first blended oil in the GCC to suit Omani frying habits. MINARA was the first cooking oil in an absolutely clear bottle to enter the GCC market.
Areej Vegetable Oils has now shifted its focus from the traditional cooking oils and ghee business to new areas such as, butter products, dairy blends, margarines and speciality shortenings.