Fresenius Transforms More Than 130 SAP Systems with RISE with SAP

Fresenius SE & Co. KGaA, a global healthcare company, announced it has reached an important milestone in its IT transformation, successfully migrating its key SAP software systems to the cloud with the RISE with SAP offering.

This strategic move lays the foundation for future innovation targets and enables Fresenius to improve scalability, enhance application security, and drive the digitalization of its global business processes, according to the company.

The migration encompassed a wide range of systems, including ERP systems for core business processes in finance, manufacturing, supply chain and procurement, as well as CRM system, among others.

“The cloud migration is accelerating our #FutureFresenius journey. The ability to scale our IT landscape more flexibly enables us to gain efficiency and to adapt to changes faster,” said Michael Sen, CEO, Fresenius. “Digitizing our organization and the healthcare industry requires scalable platforms and working in ecosystems with internal and external partners. Digitization will be a key enabler for our business to advance patient care.”

The migration project involved extensive collaboration between Fresenius and SAP where 29 system landscapes containing 134 systems were migrated to the cloud smoothly and in record time of less than 15 months. The project’s completion sets the stage for Fresenius to leverage the full potential of the latest SAP technologies, including SAP S/4HANA Cloud, to accelerate innovation and deliver exceptional value to the Fresenius Group.

“We are excited to partner with Fresenius on their digital transformation journey with RISE with SAP,” said Christian Klein, CEO and member of the executive board of SAP SE. “Our solutions will empower Fresenius to streamline operations, enhance efficiency and deliver even more exceptional value to its patients and customers.”

The migration has resulted in improved security and resilience of all SAP systems. It allows the company to identify and resolve issues before they impact the business through delays or outages. The migrated systems show better performance in general.

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