Royal Swaziland Sugar selects SAP HANA

The Royal Swaziland Sugar Corporation has selected SAP HANA as its platform to pull 23 separate systems together.

SAP Business Suite software and rapid deployment solutions has helped RSSC to address farm-to-factory supply chain, payroll, manufacturing processes and resource consumption.

The company said it has delivered efficiencies and innovations using which RSSC have enhanced its reporting, analytics and prediction capabilities.

RSSC drives revenue of over €1 billion every year with 3,500 employees and results in a 2.3 million metric ton cane harvest.

Additionally, the RSSC steering committee identified and implemented 23 additional rapid-deployment solutions, powered by the SAP HANA platform.

This apart, RSSC will also deploy a large number of rapid-deployment solutions in the near future.


“We are confident that SAP will continue innovating and providing solutions for us,” said Rob Coombe, IT director at RSSC.

“The rapid deployment of SAP solutions at RSSC resulted from the company’s careful planning and clear vision of growth and innovation,” said Greg McStravick, global head of database and technology, SAP.

Few days ago, German Energy Company MVV Energie tapped SAP CRM powered by SAP HANA application to go live with the quotation and order management capabilities.

Last month, SAP launched SAP Activate consumption experience to allow customers to deploy SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA (SAP S/4HANA).

Also in June, Peavey Electronics deployed Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA as the foundation for its deployment of SAP BusinessObjects business intelligence (BI) solutions running on the SAP HANA platform.

Shilpa Khatri

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