Indus Motor Company Ltd., a Toyota manufacturer in Pakistan, needed to update its legacy ERP to meet growing consumer demands. Like other automakers, the company was challenged with managing costs, being efficient, and understanding customer needs. Indus knew it needed technology that would connect its teams from production to sales through one source of truth.
Data at the Core
The company’s CIO Faizan Mustafa realized it was necessary to “move to a system that could provide actionable data across the entire value chain.” Mustafa and his team implemented SAP S/4HANA as the foundation to bring value to the company’s bottom line and to its customers.
An Award-Winning ERP Transformation
Faizan and his team recently accepted the SAP Process Innovation Award during SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual Conference for reducing defects by 20%, significantly increasing production, and cutting 30,000 person-hours annually.
“We have seen 95% improvement in material requirement planning, which gives our planning team much more flexibility in understanding demand and supply,” Mustafa said. “We’ve also seen improvement in our auto sales process and quality management process.”
Mustafa shared how Indus took an innovative approach to the company’s SAP S/4HANA implementation with Sharon J. Rehana, managing editor of ASUG content. He describes how the company built a business case, handled change management, and introduced automation.
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