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Malaysia's Heart Institute wholeheartedly adopts SAP

AvantiKumar | July 10, 2015
IJN CEO Dato Dr Mohd Azhari Yakub said T-Systems' implementation has resulted in real-time insights into inventory, improved efficiency and GST preparedness.

In addition, these solutions will assist IJN to automate and streamline critical tasks across the sourcing lifecycle, identify savings opportunities and assess market dynamics, as well as negotiate best-value arrangements, said Kwan.

SAP's director for Healthcare in Asia Pacific Japan, Andy David, said, "The healthcare ecosystem is becoming increasingly complex as suppliers, partners, healthcare organisations and patients turn to digital avenues and sources."

"This hyper connectivity has led to increased complexity which hinders business efficiency, productivity and revenue growth," he said. "At SAP, we are determined to help hospitals tackle complexity and run simpler,

Bernard Chiang, SAP Malaysia managing director, (pic below) added that SAP has the end-to-end solution to help businesses in Malaysia tackle complexity and run simpler.

"This announcement with IJN underscores our unique capabilities to support enterprises in Malaysia to run more efficiently. IJN is just one of more than 30,000 organisations in the Asia Pacific region, which are running better with SAP,"" Chiang added.

Bernard Chiang - SAP Malaysia

 

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