Coca-Cola Amatil takes SAP project to Asia


blog For those wondering where Coca Cola Amatil is at with its comprehensive SAP-based internal enterprise IT applications overhaul project, wonder no more. The company, according to this detailed and worthy interview with CCA chief information officer Barry Simpson on the subject from ZDNet today (we recommend you click here for the full article), is expanding the platform further internationally. ZDNet reports:

“After completing its AU$65 million OAisys (One Amatil information system) project to move to a single SAP platform in Australia and New Zealand this year, Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) has turned its eye to Indonesia.”

There’s quite a few juicy tidbits in this article about the company’s enterprise IT strategy, so if you’re interested in that sort of thing (and if you weren’t, you probably wouldn’t be reading Delimiter), then you’d best check it out. CCA has been engaged in a wide-ranging internal transformation for some time now (see the company’s migration from Lotus Notes to BPOS, in another example), and the journey has been fascinating reading from the get-go.

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  1. You should do an article about the turnover in IT staff and staff engagement levels with the stupid deadlines imposed by the CIO Barry Simpson

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