DKSH Extends Deployment of Global SAP Platform to Macau
HONG KONG, July 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — DKSH Business Unit Healthcare, the leading Market Expansion Services provider for healthcare companies seeking to grow their business in Asia, has announced full implementation of its globally standardized SAP platform for its Macau operations starting July 1, 2014.
The DKSH experience with SAP dates back to 2006. Over the past decade, all DKSH Business Unit Healthcare operations adapted the globally standardized SAP platform. The implementation of SAP in Macau enables significant competitive advantage for the local Healthcare operation, proving DKSH’s leading position in healthcare distribution.
“This SAP implementation in Macau went very fast. The local DKSH operations can now even more provide sophisticated IT services to our clients and help them develop their business in Macau effectively and efficiently, just as in Hong Kong,” said Sammy Vong, General Manager, Business Unit Healthcare, The Glory Medicina Lda. (Part of the DKSH Group). “This is an important step to reinforce our local compliance, operation, marketing and sales as well as logistic services.”
“We provide our Market Expansion Services based on trust, speed and transparency. The full and seamless deployment of SAP in Macau is an example of best practice in our industry and clients tell us this is one reasons why they trust DKSH,” said Richard Holloway, Vice President, Business Unit Healthcare, DKSH Hong Kong. “Running SAP in our markets for many years has ensured reliability in handling our clients’ business. With the acquisition in Macau, DKSH saw the opportunity to align its IT platform in Hong Kong and Macau. This minimizes complexity as we grow with some of the largest pharmaceutical and healthcare companies and support the growth of our clients.”
Our recent expansion into Macau and the full SAP implementation further strengthen DKSH’s market position and contribute to the Group’s reputation as the leading Market Expansion Services provider with focus on Asia.