NTC Opts for SAP Implementation

NTC and Siemens Pakistan have entered into a technology agreement according to which SAP would be licensing its ERP software solution at NTC.

The solution will be implemented at NTC through Siemens Pakistan, which is one of SAP’s top implementation partners in Pakistan.

Agreement was held in a ceremony where Mr. Nagueeb ullah Malik, Secretary IT and Telecom was the Chief Guest. He appreciated NTC’s initiative to implement global best practices in the business processes of the organization that will enable NTC to standardize its core processes, and help the organization in taking well informed decisions.

Speaking on the occasion Brig. (Retd.) Mirza Babar Aziz Beg, Chairman NTC, said: “We are delighted to have signed such a strategic agreement with SAP. We are confident that implementation of SAP technology will increase our working efficiency and help us in quick decision making, which is essential for any telecommunication company.”

Syed Aamir Raza Shah, Head of Business Development, Defense, Education, Utilities & Public Sector, SAP Pakistan said: “We are pleased to be associated with NTC, along with our Partner Siemens in this Project. At SAP, through our portfolio of various products and solutions, we are constantly working with all our customers to accelerate their business innovation, cultivate growth and create value in their business”.

Mr. Aijaz Saleem, Director Siemens Pakistan, commented; “Siemens has been at the forefront for introducing SAP to customers in Pakistan and we are very proud and privileged to be associated with NTC in pioneering the initiative of implementing SAP ERP solutions. Siemens is proud to support NTC with our industry leading business solutions as the company continues to enhance its employees’ experiences while creating efficiencies in workplace management.”

The agreement was signed by Brig (Retd.) Muhammad Younas, CTO NTC and Mr. Mukarram Saeed, General Manager Siemens, on behalf of their respective organizations.

  • what i believe that PTCL might opt for ERP solution rather NTC, bare in mind that NTC have less number of subscribers, wondering what makes them think like this.
    Well lets hope and See as i see very few persons who actually can work on softwares and moving from papers to paper less environment would be a huge challenge in coming days.

    Still all the best NTC

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