SAP inks deal with Saudi IWPP management outfit

Software firm provides ERP solution for NOMAC

Jeddah-based NOMAC is implementing the SAP solution at three sites.
Jeddah-based NOMAC is implementing the SAP solution at three sites.

Software giant SAP has implemented its enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for Saudi Arabia’s first private power plant and desalination facility management firm, First National Operations and Maintenance Company (NOMAC).

Jeddah-based NOMAC is currently implementing the SAP solution at its headquarters and at two recently built plants in the Kingdom.

“Companywide integration is crucial in our industry, and with enhanced clarity and increased insight of the SAP ERP software, we will have the power needed to adapt quickly and cost effectively to changing business, market, and industry requirements,” said C.B Gupta, business development manager for NOMAC.

“The SAP business solution will enhance plant safety by allowing the integration of a range of activities, including health and safety, power and water production, and environmental monitoring from all NOMAC-run facilities. This will provide us with competitive advantage, and we can look toward the future and operate as a best-run business over the long term.”

The SAP ERP software includes a host of horizontal solutions, such as finance and human resources, as well as modules from the core ERP solution, such as quality management, sales and distribution, production and planning, materials management, and work clearance management.

A full report on the asset management software available for regional firms is available in the September edition of Utilities Middle East.


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