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FiNAC integrates with SAP

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Datamation Systems has been providing software to support Unilever distribution network clients for over 15 years without a glitch.

Recently Unilever migrated to Systems Applications and Products (SAP) and the process of migration required the mission critical FiNAC Redistribution software to integrate seamlessly with SAP. A team of seven dedicated IT professionals from Datamation were assigned full time for a period of over 20 weeks to ensure the seamless integration of FiNAC to SAP.

The project was a 100% success with the Datamation team along with international service providers working around the clock to ensure everything was in place prior to the specified cut-off-date.

In the recent past FiNAC has been integrated with SAP for clients such as Mack Air Ltd airline sector of the John Keells group), Hemas Air Services (PTE) Ltd, and Hemas Aviations (PTE) Ltd (subsidiary of  Hemas Holdings). Currently Air Global (Pvt) Ltd (airline sector of Hayleys Group) is studying the possibility of integrating FiNAC with SAP as well. In addition FiNAC was integrated with JD Edwards for Fonterra (New Zealand Milk) as well.

FiNAC is a total ERP solution developed locally by Datamation Systems and is utilised by over 400 organisations locally and overseas; mainly in Tokyo, Melbourne,Chennai, and Maldives). Recently FiNAC signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Ereality Solutions based in Toronto to market FiNAC in the Canadian Market.

FiNAC also caters for several vertical markets such as manufacturing, packaging, printing, travel, vehicle assembly and repair, engineering services, etc.  FiNAC PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) solution is now used as an integral part of its sales force automation solution.

Datamation Systems established in 1986 commemorated its 28th year of operation in Feb 2013 and has built a large stable client base with recurring revenues as a sustainable business model for its continuity. The reputation for delivering on time has been enhanced through its Product delivery model ‘Daramisation’ ensuring that the system at every stage of its life cycle is effectively studied, presented, implemented, and supported. Currently with over 400 users and 1200 modules implemented, FiNAC is Sri Lanka’s No.1 (Enterprise Resource Planning) ERP in the market.

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